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Oh, Jenna

December 16, 2009

I don’t think it’s a secret that I think Jenna Lyons of J. Crew is a styling genius. She gets color right and she certainly nails black and white.

This is the bathroom at the collection store on Madison Avenue and 79th Street in NYC, and is modeled after Jenna’s own bathroom in her gorgeous Park Slope brownstone. I really dig how she carried the stripes over the molding and shelving like they didn’t even exist.

I guess she’s also impressed with her taste because there are several other elements from her home that she incorporated into the store.

The floors are  the same reclaimed hickory in a herringbone pattern (which I love, love, love) that she has in her apt, and she has this Serge Mouille light fixture over her bed.

(image from the much-missed Domino)

Remember Jenna’s insane closet room? She uses antiqued brass rolling racks in the store and her closet and distresses them even more by spraying them with saltwater.

If you head over to the Collection store, definitely venture up a bit more on Madison to 87th Street and stop in at crewcuts, J. Crew’s children’s line. You’ll find the same flooring, light fixture and brass rolling racks but with small touches to make both the young and old oooh and aaah, like a shockingly fluorescent orange bathroom, Bertoia chairs with purple and pink and orange and green sheepskin throws and fitting rooms with paper machet trees, thousands of colored pencils and floor to ceiling retro telephones.

All of the images from the Collection store are from the second edition of Lonny. Check it out here!

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