Jacques Grange is known for his exquisite style, characterized by a harmony between traditional and contemporary tastes. Grange is one of the very few interior designers who received strict, classical education in the field. Take a look into some brilliant dining rooms by one of the top interior designers in the world.
He decorated and designed interiors for some of the most respected personalities and tastemakers. His main customers included Yves Saint Laurent and Pierre Bergé, for whom he decorated the Château Gabriel, in Benerville-Sur-Mer.
We love the color combination of the design created by Grange. Who wouldn’t want to have a dinner in this dining area with one’s friends?
Stunning room decor, a beautiful wooden dining table all painted with black. Even though it’s a very dark table it still stands out and calls for attention in the whole dining room.
For this classic Park Avenue apartment, built in the 1920s, the owners’ extensive art collection and their playful sensibility guided Grange’s hand.
Antique stained-glass doors and pine paneling line the multipurpose salon that takes up most of this Normandy property’s Russian-style main building, which was built for Pierre Bergé and his late partner, the fashion designer Yves Saint Laurent.
Wood prevails in this home devised by interior designer Grange.