Shut it shut it shut it right up.
I missed this on the cover of
Luxe magazine eons ago.
Must've premiered during my Amish phase.
Tina shared the chinoiserie panel image on her blog,
and my heart leapt...the panel feels like home to me.
Not my earthly abode but the place for which my soul will always be restless.
The boudoir designed by Woodson & Rummerfield
is inside a Beverly Hills greystone mansion:
"This installation was done in the grand Dame of estate’s bedroom; Lucy Doheny for the Maison de Luxe showcase house and was selected as the National cover of Luxe Interiors and Design Magazine. The room is fitting in its various shades of pink for old Hollywood starlets such as Ava Gardner and contemporary enough for any starlet of the 21st century."
I'm no starlet pining for a lucite poster bed, but aren't
those pinks and the juicy hues in the painting MAJOR?
How cool would it be to riff on this scheme and
paint a room's walls a similar shade?
Anybody else sensing their inner Marie Antoinette
speed dialing both Woodson & Rummerfield and Laduree?
Hurray for bold femininity!
Hurray for vivid saturated color on Hello Lovely!
Hurray for Hollywood!
Peace to you right where you are.
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