Mr. Doheny’s Suite
In case you missed it on her Instagram feed and in our blog post Monday, the fabulous Nina Campbell is putting the finishing touches on Mr. Doheny’s suite at the Maison de Luxe Designer Show House and we’re thrilled that our plants are part of the decor! Since the room has a more masculine feel, Nina chose succulents and orchids to complement the Leontine linens, Collier Webb sconces and Nina’s own patterns – Penglai on the blinds and chair and Khitan on the walls.
Guest Room by Philip Gorrivan (2012)
Sponsored by Luxe Interiors + Design, Maison de Luxe will transform the historic, 55-room Baronial-style Donehy residence, known as Greystone Mansion, which sits above the famed Sunset Boulevard in Beverly Hills. More than twenty of the best known interior designers from across the States and abroad will infuse the 46,000-square-foot estate “with a fresh sense of style and enchantment while honoring its architecture and history,” according to Editor in Chief Pamela Jaccarino.
Grand Hallway by Mary McDonald (2012)
Living Room by Jamie Drake (2012)
Along with Nina, this year’s participants include some of our favorite designers including Timothy Corrigan (another client of ours!), Benjamin Dhong, Mark D. Sikes, Sara Story and Summer Thornton. We can’t wait to see what they have in store for us and judging by what the participants did in 2012, we won’t be disappointed.
Mrs. Doheny’s Suite by Ron Woodson and Jaime Rummerfeld (2012)
The Designer Show House will be unveiled on November 5th and will be open to the public for a limited time. Needless to say, we’re so jealous of those of you who live in the Los Angeles area and have a chance to see the rooms in person; most of us have to wait for Luxe’s January/February 2016 issue.
Sitting Room by Kendall Wilkinson (2012)
P.S. This isn’t our first appearance at Maison de Luxe – Kendall Wilkinson used our cherry blossoms in her infinity wall in 2012! How cool is that? Happy Friday, all.
Nina / Philip / Mary / Jamie / Ron and Jaime / Kendall