Sarah Andelman, co-founder of iconic Parisian boutique colette, gave a tour of her holiday home located in the Catskills in rural New York. The five-acre property is nestled in the quiet hamlet of Chichester and features two cabins, a modest 1970s cabin where the couple and their son Woody stay and a guesthouse built by Philip. The renovated ’70s cabin, the Andelmans’ main residence, is painted in white and decorated with colette-blue at the terrace and throughout the interior. The guesthouse is constructed of quarter-sawn white oak and boasts expansive picture-frame windows
Take a look inside Sarah Andelman’s Catskills home in the photo set above and head over to Architectural Digest for the full story. For more design content, check out Apple’s new minimalist-style store in Macau.
I have long been a fan of Sarah Andelman, cofounder of Paris’s influential and beloved concept store colette (rip), so it was an honor to step inside her private world for the July issue of @archdigest: a pair of charming cottages in the Catskills, where she and her music video director husband Philip fell in love and now spend summers and holidays with their adorable son Woody (named after this very place). Thank you @sarahandelman and @philipandelman for sharing your secret spot with us ? Styling @michaelbargo ? @a_gaut ? moi July AD and online now. Link in bio.