Showhouse Style Diary: Products Seen In Aspire House The Heritage At Claremont

The Heritage was originally the Parish House of Saint Bernard’s Church, designed in the Gothic style with Arts and Crafts influences by architect Henry Janeway Hardenbergh. Today the original building, now referred to as The Great Hall, is home to four luxurious residences. And an expansion, known as The Collection, has been built in the same vein, to include sixteen additional units. And in the Spring of 2020, 11 designers came together to stage three luxury residences for the very first Aspire House.

Shop the products the designers used below:

Audrey Chaise

Ludlow Martini Table

Alderson Hideaway Desk

Fallyn Arm Chair

Lennox Bedroom collection

Phoebe Stacked Table Lamp by Kelly Wearstler

Cristol Large Tiered Chandelier by Aerin

 

Rhyme Table Lamp

Antibes Chandelier

Hearst Floor Lamp

Ondine Table Lamp

Bayou Pendant

Lion Toile

Panamania

Photography by Lisa Russman.

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