Fashion Designer Lisa Perry Lists a Pop Art–Inspired Palm Beach Estate for $10.9M
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Fashion Designer Lisa Perry Lists a Pop Art–Inspired Palm Beach Estate for $10.9M

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By Jennifer Baum Lagdameo
Bold primary colors and vintage vibes permeate these sun-filled interiors.

New York-based fashion designer Lisa Perry, best known for her bold and colorful womenswear collection, just completed her first interiors project since launching her latest venture, Lisa Perry Homes. Like her eponymous fashion line, Perry's interior style taps into her passion for 1960s and 70s Pop Art motifs. She blends vintage and contemporary looks with clean lines, bold primary colors, and pop-y geometric shapes. "My true love has actually always been interiors," explains Perry, who grew up in a midcentury modern home in Chicago. "I've worked on every aspect of design in my own homes and stores over the last 20-plus years."  

Perry's vibrant sense of style and color permeates the home and vintage finds are mixed with contemporary pieces. 

 3 Via Los Incas, her first project to hit the market is a formal 5,686-square-foot, six-bedroom, six-and-a-half-bath Robert W. Gottfried Regency-style residence built in 1980. Gottfried was a celebrated builder, developer, and real estate entrepreneur whose signature French Regency-style homes left a significant mark on Palm Beach—and are still coveted today. For the first renovation with Lisa Perry Homes, the designer worked together with architect Christine Harper, and was intent on making sure that her signature style shined through and that her "brand DNA was apparent from the first step inside". 

Perry painted the walls white to serve as a blank canvas for her furnishings and art. 

 "For this home, I took down the walls, which closed off the kitchen and dining areas, and magically the sunshine and palm trees appeared," Perry explains. 

Perry's goals for the renovation were clear from the very start: she wanted an open floor plan with plenty of natural light; a white backdrop with pops of color; plenty of fabulous art; plus a mix of vintage and new furniture. Hardware, art, and furnishings were sourced from Lisa’s travels between the US and France and add a layer of sophistication to the Palm Beach interiors. Bold, primary colors, also feature throughout.

"I grew up with great art in my homes and endless visits to museums over the years," she explains. "My dad was a painter and his primary-colored paintings hung everywhere in our house. So it makes sense that I’m also inspired by Mondrian, Calder, Miro and Ellsworth Kelly, who also all use primary palettes."

Now that the project is complete, Perry is selling the home with all the furniture, art and accessories inside. "The idea is that the buyer can move right in with as little as a suitcase," she concludes. 

Scroll below to see more pictures of this bright and bold estate. 

Perry also cites the location as having helped set the tone for the project. "For Palm Beach, there was a simple equation: Sunshine + Palm Trees = A happy colorful home," Perry explains. 

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Perry opened the entire house and added large expanses of glass to create a strong indoor-outdoor connection and a seamless living and entertaining space. 

"My favorite part of this project was sourcing the furniture and art from a myriad of wonderful places—including travels to France, Morocco, and Italy."

 The master bedroom features a blue and green "Love" wall hanging by Robert Indiana. 

The master bedroom also features expansive glass sliders leading out to the pool area. 

The master bathroom. 

Perry also redid the spacious walk-in closet in the master bathroom. 

Circles are found throughout the decor and figure prominently in the second bedroom. 

Bold royal blue is paired with neutral tones for an on-trend contemporary feel in this additional bedroom. 

Rattan chairs add a tropical vibe. 

A guest bathroom. 

The children's play space has bold yellow Panton junior chairs. 

The children's bedroom fits two twin beds in an L-shape and a craft table. 

Le Corbusier tiles in a deep blue make a statement in the children's bathroom. 

The pool has a Mondrian-inspired backdrop.

"All of my personal spaces are welcoming, comfy, and great for entertaining—all of which was important here as well," says Perry. 

For more on Lisa Perry's career check out Aussoline's recently published Lisa Perry: Fashion - Homes – Design which highlights her career and her passion for fashion, homes and interior design. 

3 Via Los Incas is currently listed for $10,900,000 by Burt Minkoff of Douglas Elliman. 

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