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The palette of Princess Firyal of Jordan’s grand salon in London, designed in the mid-1980s, was inspired by Indian watercolors. Modern Interiors Design, Modern House Design, Living Rooms Design, Design Legends, Google Search, Renzo Mongiardino, Consumer Shows, Architecture Digest, Design Home
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Renzo Mongiaardino tempered his characteristically bold palette with an airier one in the late 1980s for a villa near Rome’s Appian Way owned by fashion designer Valentino. The stenciled walls and ceiling of the dining room were inspired by an 18th-century Sicilian veranda. Photography by Derry Moore, Robert Emmett Bright
Renzo Mongiardino-- Mongiardino was commissioned in the 1970s to restore a 17th-century Roman palazzo. A series of medallions depicting members of the Medici family helped determine the décor of the early-Baroque-style library, which also featured antique Genoese armchairs.
A salon at L'Ermitage de Pompadour, a former home of Charles, Vicomte de Noailles, and his wife, Marie-Laure, in Fontainebleau, France. The 18th-century building—which was constructed for royal mistress Madame de Pompadour and is now owned by Noailles grandson Carlo Perrone