Top Designers Tell Us Where in the World They'd Most Like to Live

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A home in California designed by architect Marc Appleton

“A home in California designed by architect Marc Appleton. It has amazing ocean views and cascading bougainvilleas.” —Anne Maxwell Foster (left) and Suysel dePedro Cunningham, interior designers, Tilton Fenwick


Jaqui Lividini, Founder and CEO of Livindi & Co.

 

“In the summer I’d live in an authentic gray-shingled cottage in Maine and in the winter I’d escape to a pink bungalow in Palm Beach.” —Jaqui Lividini, founder and CEO, Lividini & Co.

 

 


The Hôtel du Cap-Eden-Roc

“I love hotels, food, and the water, and that all adds up to permanently living at the Hôtel du Cap-Eden-Roc!” —Neal Beckstedt, interior designer


 

"A villa overlooking the Mediterranean Sea in Sardinia. It would have to be ultra-chic ‘70s, a la James Bond in The Spy Who Loved Me. I'd buy it with original furnishings so I would never have to think about decorating again." —Anthony Baratta

 


“I love to stay at the Hôtel Saint Vincent on Paris’s left bank. The low-key, beautiful interiors remind me of what Paris must have been like when artists and writers lived there during the 1920s and ‘30s.” —Vicente Wolf

 

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