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I was getting a ton of hits for Caroline Kennedy because of the Democratic Convention, so I was going to do a post on her. Well, one thing led to another: Jackie O. loved New York City. She wanted ...
DESIGNER HUTTON WILKINSON, TONY DUQUETTE INC. USED TROMPE L OIEL PANELS FROM AN ELSIE DE WOLFE INTERIOR AND CARVED BENCHES WHICH HE PURCHASED FROM THE ELSIE DE WOLFE VILLA TRIANON SALE IN PARIS TO DECORATE THIS ENTRANCE HALL. THE BENCHES WERE PURCHASED BY DE WOLFE ON HER TRIP TO INDIA WITH SYRIE MAUGHAM TO VISIT THE PRINCE KARAM AND PRINCESS KARMASITA OF KAPURTALA.
Rebecca de Ravenel's West Village apartment in NYC. Bedroom, bedside tabl, white double gourd lamp, pleated lampshade, ny apartment. D. Porthault hearts bed linens, in coeurs print in blue
Elsie de Wolfe design. Elsie De Wolfe was without a doubt, the first woman to have created the occupation of Interior Designer, when none had previously existed. She did not focus on what could merely fit into a room; rather, what was appropriate to the room.
Elsie De Wolfe's Beverly Hills Home "AFTER ALL" :The entrance hall at "After All" which Tony Duquette decorated in black and white with a fantasy singer's balcony hung with fishnet and seashells, and a mermaid. Note the original Tony Duquette lantern hanging form the ceiling.