I was so happy that so many of you were pleased with the last post about the iconic Ralph Lauren, after I noticed his September 2013
Architectural Digest Cover story and decided to go nuts looking for pictures of his best work.
I got several emails, and comments asking if I had or could find pictures of any of the Ralph Lauren Home past collections. Well, my
extraordinary readers and followers, I dug and dug … and I think you are in luck!
The Ralph Lauren Home line has been in effect since 1983, when Ralph Lauren, tired of the sea of chintz and floral decided to manufacture
sheets and linens in his classic stripes and men’s suiting plaids. The comprehensive collection included paint, furniture, wall
coverings, and lighting. He then, and even now, strives to create an experience with his Home collection, rather than just selling
His most current collections, Iconic Design and Left Bank Collection are both less staged than prior Ralph Lauren Home Lifestyle
Collections. They’re very prop filled, less of that overall “home” experience from collections in the past.
You can view them if you wish at the website, along with a few of the older collections, dating to Spring of 2010. A few of my favorites
from the site …
Gorgeous, right? Inspired by the international glamour of a ski chalet, the Fall 2012 Ralph Lauren Home Collection was probably my
favorite since St. Germain, and Indian Cove Lodge … which we will get to, I promise! Alpine Lodge is romantic, restful and serene. I
could move right in … can’t you? You can take the 360 room tour of the prop house here.