APT with LSD

img-aptwithlsdrebeccaderavenel07_125605531833 apt-with-lsd-rebecca-de-ravenel-final-02_110347830499 apt-with-lsd-rebecca-de-ravenel-final-03_110348406611 apt-with-lsd-rebecca-de-ravenel-final-04_110349290437 apt-with-lsd-rebecca-de-ravenel-final-09_110353298921 apt-with-lsd-rebecca-de-ravenel-final-10_110354708235 apt-with-lsd-rebecca-de-ravenel-final-12_110355662624 apt-with-lsd-rebecca-de-ravenel-final-13_110356532313I always look forward to Lauren Santo Domingo's "APT with LSD" column on Vogue.com and particularly enjoyed reading her most recent feature which showcases Rebecca de Ravenel's apartment in New York City. Having spent a great deal of time in the Bahamas, her style is a cool blend of Bahamian vintage infused with many traditional elements: upholstered sofas in bright florals with navy piping, rattan dining chairs huddled around a modern white lacquered table, a blue and white patio retreat amidst a lush canopy of ferns and tropical plants, all the while, the apartment is beautifully dusted with sentimental trinkets. Rebecca is able to convey a story about many of the items in her apartment, many of which are rooted in a deep family history or unique memory.