Monogrammed Louis Vuitton powder rooms are not the only interiors out there embellished with familiar motifs, and even pristine homes can look a bit like product-placement campaigns. Take this living room designed by Vicente Wolfe, recently featured in Architectural Digest: in between the fireplace and the baby grand piano sits a sculpture of a Total cereal box. Flip through the gallery and find more: golden arches in fashion designer Alexandre Herchcovitch's living room, a vintage kitchen decked with Orange Crush signage, and, of course, lots of gratuitous Hermès logos.
—Beth Rodgers Benson
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