Take a little stay-cay with this delightful romp through Lulu DK’s Bahamas home, featured in this month’s AD
I love the idea of her feral upbringing and her return to raise her boys the same way:
“You never think you’re going to live where you spent your childhood holidays, but there’s a luxury and surprise to it,” says artist Lulu de Kwiatkowski of Lyford Cay [in the Bahamas]. “I don’t remember growing up in New York City, but I remember growing up here.”
Her memory of that time is steeped in nature, exploration, and freedom. “It had an enormous impact on my upbringing, my inspiration, my primal existence. “We were feral—we basically lived in the water and trees,” she notes of life with her five older siblings.”
I love every inch of her home.