The Brooklyn home of singer and style maven Solange Knowles is everything one would expect – cheery, eclectic, bohemian, and effortless. Like her wardrobe, Solange mixes and matches to suit her tastes. Accessories including art from Marfa, Texas, rugs from Morocco, and an ultra-modern coatrack by Tom Dixon all blend together against gallery-white walls. "I wanted to find a balance of having great colors and patterns but also a really livable, warm, serene space." The end result: a perfect pad for wining and dining.
(Above) Solange and son, Julez, in the fashionista's bright bedroom. All-white linens make the pillows pop. The smaller one is by John Robshaw. (Below) Local art-fair finds hang above the sofa. Madeline Weinrib’s Steel Lupe rug lies underfoot.
(Above) Solange entertains guests in a blouse and skirt by Madewell. "My motto is 'Just keep it chill.'" (Below) Prepping the dining room with Julez; a Malick Sidibé photograph hangs in the background.
(Above) Dinnerware from Anthropologie and Williamsburg’s mc&co create a boho-chic tablescape.
Images: Elle Magazine