The March issue of Vogue is on quite a streak with interior features, from Mario Testino's Los Angeles abode to this, Tory Burch's posh estate in Southampton, N.Y. Burch, CEO of her eponymous fashion label, dropped $16M on the seven-bedroom 1929 brick Georgian in Jan. 2010, adding a sunken tennis court, basketball court, and new pool to a property that already had a ballroom and flower-arranging room, and enlisting the talents of go-to designer/architect Daniel Romualdez and decorator Eva Hood to do up the interiors. "I wanted to embrace the house’s grandeur but make it much more casual and relaxed and a little offbeat,” Burch tells Vogue's Hamish Bowles, “and nothing off limits for my kids.” In Tory language, that means: Karl Springer furniture, Indian prints, Pottery Barn rugs, and wallpaper inspired by Persian tiles. Like what you see? At one point, you might have bid to have of your own rooms designed by Burch and Romualdez, but since that charity auction is over, why not just buy an actual Burch-owned property in the same town? Her other Southampton mansion, a teardown that she bought for $22.5M in 2009, is still lingering on the market for $11M. Anyway, see two more photos below head over to Vogue for the rest of the quite dazzling bunch.
· Estate of Grace: Tory Burch's Southampton Home [Vogue]
· Come, Let's Tour Photographer Mario Testino's L.A. Abode [Curbed National]
· Now You Can Have a Room Redone Like a Tory Burch Store [Curbed National]
· Tory! Tory! Tory! Design Bags $32.5 Million Estate [Curbed Hamptons]
· Tory Burch's Meadow Lane Headache Now $3 Million Cheaper [Curbed Hamptons]