When New York’s fashion elite need help designing their homes, husband-and wife duo Jesse Carrier and Mara Miller, principals of the firm Carrier and Company, are often the decorators of choice. I first took notice of Carrier and Company after seeing Jesse Carrier and the homes of two of his fashionable clients featured in The Daily this past Fashion Week. One of those clients is Annelise Peterson, PR Director for Alberta Feretti and a regular on the New York social scene. Above is the bedroom in Peterson’s fabulous West Village apartment. I love everything about this room. The brown oriental toile print seen here which covers the walls, bed canopy and even the window treatments is so unexpectedly chic. Those campaign chests remind me of my ownand I adore the headboard and the curtained valance that envelops it.


This is Peterson’s living room. It has a Hamptons summer home kind of look and feel which must be so calming to come home to everyday. Jesse Carrier is a contributing editor and stylist for both Vogue and Men’s Vogue, a position which keeps him tapped into the fashion set. Without a doubt his most fashionable client is none other than Anna Wintour, editor-in-chief of the fashion bible also known as Vogue. Carrier has designed several private spaces for Wintour including her Hamptons summer home and has completed projects for the Vogue offices which includes the magazine’s gorgeous lobby shown below. Other clients include actress Rachel Weisz, Jay Fielden of Men’s Vogue and Bob Pittman, the founder of MTV and former president of AOL Time Warner. Quite an impressive group of clients but I’d have to argue that Carrier and Company’s portfolio is equally if not more remarkable than their client roster. Take a look at the photos below and see for yourself! And to check out the feature on Jesse Carrier from The Daily, click here.









  1. oh my, I LOVE their work!! I’m saving this as one of my favorite sites and putting lots of their stuff in my “inspiration” files!

  2. Design - 59

    Awesome find! I love every photo! I recognize several of those pieces, they must shop at Mecox Gardens…