Do you follow @OscarPRGirl on Twitter? On Instagram? On, well, every social platform out there? For a long time, the brunette bombshell behind the twitter handle remained unknown, tweeting from behind the scenes at beloved fashion house Oscar de la Renta. Until, that is, the velvet curtain was pulled back, and Erika Bearman was revealed. Erika looks every bit the part of a de la Renta barbie, and since revealing her identity, she’s given followers a sneak peek into her glamorous life as the senior VP of global communications. Bearman looks the part: she’s chic, lithe, and cool as can be, with wide, dark eyes framed by arched brows. Recently, she took the plunge and went blonde, and if you ask us, she looks more fabulous than ever. It’s no surprise, given the amazing personal style revealed in her “selfies” that her living space would be beyond beautiful.
Elle Decor recently featured her Southampton home, designed by the one and only Miles Redd, and boy, is it a load of fun. The colors are a bit too bright for our personal liking, but we have to appreciate when people take a risk with their design and go for saturated color with everything they’ve got. Such is certainly the case in the deep green living room above, where Bearman is pictured in a baseball tee paired with a patchwork Oscar skirt (but of course).
Hello, lacquered walls. And how about that vintage Louis XIV chair? Or that gorgeous modern art? While we’re a fan of this room, it’s the entryway of the house that truly stole our hearts.
Don’t you just die for this space? With Lee Jofa wallpaper, an oversized antique Venetian mirror, Chinese console, antique bench, pendants from Circa Lighting, and a custom high-gloss color on the floors, what’s not to love? This space just screams high fashion.
The kitchen, with its subway tile and black grout, as well as custom-made cabinetry and Viking appliances, is a study in minimalism. Which is quite impressive, considering all the bright colors used throughout the rest of the house.
That clock is from Ikea. Talk about the high-low mix!
The two guestrooms in the space are perfect, aren’t they? The hot pink walls above, paired with the stylish gallery wall and Juan Montoya chair, are perfect for a little lady who comes to stay.
We’re not sure we’re feeling these high gloss yellow floors, but again,we have to appreciate when people dare to take a risk with their design. And lord knows Miles Redd isn’t afraid of a little color.
This bathroom, with its black and white color scheme, is a little more our speed. For many, that wallpaper could feel dizzying, but we quite like it.
This dressing room, we love. Those black and white vanities have a Hollywood Regency feel to them that we’re drawn toward, and the yellow wallpaper is gorgeous. We’d happily hang out hat here at the end of the day.
Of course, it’s the master bedroom that we truly love. Light and airy, with a noticeable absence of Redd’s signature (except in those red pops (stool and chair) that we suspect may have been brought in just for the shoot, this is a room you could imagine waking up in every summer Sunday.
Last but certainly not least is the home’s outdoor space. How adorable is this fairy-tale like outdoor dining area? We love it.