Designer Drama

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Photographer: Mark Savage
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Photographer: Mark Savage
Designer Drama
Thomas Buckley's ravishing installation at was a salute to McMillen in the 1940s, with towering lacquer screens and deep-dish upholstered pieces brightened by lilac-strewn chintz.
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Photographer: Mark Savage
At , brought together some of his late partner emblematic elements, from malachite-pattern wallpaper to a flamboyant gold console and matching mirror.
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Photographer: Mark Savage
All flowered chintz and exotic whimsy, tribute at highlighted Gladys Belzer, a midcentury Los Angeles design doyenne who also happened to be the mother of Hollywood film goddess Loretta Young.
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Photographer: Mark Savage
The dean of American interior design in the 1960s, Billy Baldwin, inspired window for . The mirror was inventively etched with a silhouette of the dapper Baldwin.
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Photographer: Mark Savage
Crisp candy stripes and splashy roses dominated designer installation at , channeling Dorothy Draper’s cheerful, graphic interiors of the 1940s.
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Photographer: Mark Savage
The lean, earthy chic of midcentury-modernist T. H. Robsjohn-Gibbings was revived by at . Especially handsome was the folding screen hung with framed works on paper and the low button-tufted sofas.
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Photographer: Mark Savage
Under the spell of , one of America’s leading lights in the 1980s, created several settings spanning Hampton's signature looks in the windows of , from smart modernity to lush traditionalism.
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Photographer: Mark Savage
Designer partners put a design team of the past, James Northcutt and Lou Cataffo, center stage with a mix of h upholstery and Chinese art and artifacts at .
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Photographer: Mark Savage
setting at featured the grande dame’s signature mingling of chintz, painted furniture, and button-tufted upholstery.
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Photographer: Mark Savage
[link href="http://www.kerryjoyce.com/" target="_blank" link_updater_label="external"]Kerry Joyce did Kalef Alaton at the , with pale sweeping curtains, overscale accessories, and furniture that conjured Alaton’s modern palazzo elegance.
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Photographer: Mark Savage
Society decorator Val Arnold was reborn in window at , an opulent Empire-style essay rich with gilt-wood, moody lighting, and white orchids.
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Photographer: Mark Savage
A powerhouse combination of ivory tusks, a zebra-stripe screen in an uncommon green-and-white colorway, and a gilded console came together in snapshot of Chet Chidester's style at .
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