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Architectural Digest Magazine October 1977 Back Issues, Past Issues and Used Magazines (AD October

A painting by Julian La Trobe of After All, the Beverly Hills, California, house where decorator Elsie de Wolfe and her husband, Sir Charles Mendl, settled in the 1940s. The couple became Hollywood’s preeminent hosts.

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The powder room’s sconces are by Chameleon Fine Lighting, and the washstand has brass sink fittings by Waterworks; the walls and ceiling are painted in a high-gloss Sherwin-Williams turquoise.

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The rear façade of After All. Green canvas curtains frame the loggia’s arches, while Lady Mendl’s bedroom balcony is seen above. Courtesy of Hutton Wilkinson

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