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Elsie de Wolfe: Making of a Legend | A DECORATIVE AFFAIR

You may not have heard of her, but you have seen her work, it resides in every fashionable interior’s combination of antique and modern, each trompe l’oeil tease and striped pavilion. I…

KAT NELSON DESIGNS on Instagram: “Express yourself! What does your home say about you? Let us help you make it say, “stay and enjoy!” #design #designlife #homesweethome…”

KAT NELSON DESIGNS on Instagram: “Express yourself! What does your home say about you? Let us help you make it say, “stay and enjoy!” #design #designlife #homesweethome…”

In the 1980s, Tony Duquette and Hutton Wilkinson worked together on the 12th-century Palazzo Brandolini in Venice for clients Dodie and John Rosekrans, lavishly decorating the piano nobile’s grand salons. Photo by Fernando Bengoechea

Starting from the invention of the interior decorating business, for which Elsie de Wolfe took credit more than 100 years ago, what are the rooms and the masterminds behind them that continue to resonate? That question is answered in Phaidon’s Interiors: The Greatest Rooms of the Century, which follows the A-to-Z encyclopedic format of two […]

Iconic Rooms by Prominent Designers | Charlotte Moss

See photo collections of iconic rooms by prominent interior designers including Bunny Mellon, Mario Buatta, Sister Parish, and more.

Elsie de Wolfe's Villa Trianon in Versailles, painted by William Bruce Ellis Ranken

You'll be transported by Charlie Schieps' "seductive vision of a vanished world." Elsie de Wolfe's prewar Paris centered around her Villa Trianon in Versailles, painted below by William Bruce Ellis...

Lattice and Trellis Rooms - What's Old is New Again - Petite Haus

Someone asked me on Instagram about trellis rooms since we are seeing them become more popular – are they just another fad or are they…

Great Design never tires |

I hope you had enjoyed your weekend. I met with family and friends on Saturday and Sunday and we had a great time. Last night I did something I love to do from time to time and that’s going into fabulous photographers websites and browse around to get inspired. At Simon Watson‘s website I found …

De Wolfe designed this room as Mrs. Frick’s boudoir. The space was known as the Boucher room for the eight panels that adorned it 18th-century painter François Boucher.

Elsie de Wolfe was a revolutionary interior designer and socialite. 1stdibs takes a look at her rooms and decorative projects.


Flipping through the 1920 edition of House & Garden’s Second Book of Interiors, I passed many handsome rooms, most of which betrayed their time and place—typical Long Island country…