Tabulous Designer John Bossard

July 11, 2018

By Tab Byrum

Last week I shared images and the story of the remodeled NYC apartment belonging to Carole Radziwill, a former ABC News producer and now a member of the Real Housewives of NYC. While researching the post I found out that she used Interior Designer John Bossard for the remodel and redecoration of her home and I started looking more into him and his work. John Bossard is the founder of Bossard Design and has been doing design work for 20 years. John Bossard was raised in the South and got his start in the design world doing floral design, working for several different notable florists around the world including Kenneth Turner of London. He eventually moved on to Interior Design and opened Bossard Design in 2005 after apprenticing for a decade for different interior designers. Bossard is widely acknowledged for his work around the world and often appears in publications like Architectural Digest, Veranda, and House Beautiful. Today we are looking at some of his work from several different homes he’s worked on in places like Aspen, Charlotte, NYC, and Palm Beach. I hope you enjoy his work as much as I do and find some inspiration, Enjoy!!!

Aspen Colorado

 

These first five photos are from two different homes that Bossard has designed for in Aspen, Colorado. I love the looks in both homes with the first one being a more contemporarily decorated home and more neutral color scheme. The second home is more traditional in design and decor and uses more color. I love the symmetry used throughout both homes and the accessories used, although neither home has too many pieces as far as art and accessories. 

Palm Beach

 

Bossard says this Palm Beach project was able to be done using a lot of the client’s antiques and heirlooms they already owned. The home is steeped in tradition from the colors used throughout the house to the form and shape of furniture and accessories. I particularly love the kitchen in this home and the use of cream and white, they established a color palette and stuck to it. 

Charlotte Apartment

 

This apartment in Charlotte is a beautiful example of what can be accomplished using color and texture. Bossard says the design and decoration of the apartment came from his travels and “reflects his commitment to a curated, edited and balanced aesthetic.” I personally love the masculine feel to this home and all of the fun pops of color like the turquoise Foo Dogs over the bed, the Red Study or the brightly patterned pillow in the geometric covered wingback chair. 

Upper East Side NYC

 

If there is a theme for this apartment in a pre-war building in NYC it is Feminine, from the beautiful soft colors to the curves of furniture and fabrics. Bossard says the apartment was done for a powerful and modern Manhattan woman. I really like how soft blues are used across the apartment mixed with creams and yellows. Beautiful!!

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