Tuesday, November 4, 2008

Bedroom of the Week - Windsor Smith

This gorgeous bedroom designed by Windsor Smith is on display at Greystone, the historic mansion in BeverlyHills, Ca. It is one of many rooms decorated by some of the nations leading designers thanks to Veranda Magazine. The house is open for viewing through November 16.

Master Bathroom - Windsor Smith

Garden Room - Suzanne Rheinstien

Michelle Nussbamer

Jack FhillipsFireplace detail - Jack Fhillips

Dining Room Hallberg - Wiseley

Oh, how I wish I could get down to LA, there is so much going on! If you're lucky enough to be in Beverly Hills and you have some spare time, drop by, admissions only $30!


Unknown said...

Great rug in the Master Bathroom, I'll have to send that photo to Joni. Thanks for your comment on my politcal posting!

Velvet and Linen said...

I'm so excited to be going to see these rooms in person today!
I'll let you know how fantastic they are when I return.
Thank you for the preview.

Visual Vamp said...

Ha ha Patricia - Joni will love the rug!
And Jackie thanks for the tour!
xo xo

Renée Finberg said...

the pagada bed is to die for.

wow, gorgeous , everything is gorgeous !

Velvet and Linen said...

Oh Jackie!
Windsor Smith is truly amazing!
I walked into that room and almost fainted on the bed. It was so spectacular.
Windsor's bedroom was so detailed.
The bed was the most amazing piece I have ever seen.
Am I gushing too much!
I loved the her bathroom as well. The chairs were covered in a raspberry velvet that I never would have thought of pairing with the zebra rug. It was such an emotional experience for me to see such beauty.


Cemaya said...

Argh. Zebra. :) When will that poor animal get a break? :)

What captivated me the most was the fireplace in the Jack Fhillips photo. Talk about a focal point, you notice nothing but the fireplace in that room!

Unknown said...

Brooke - I'm so jealous you got to see it in person. I agree I feel bad for the poor Zebra - but damn he look so good on that floor!

Unknown said...

Cemaya, I loved the wood in the fireplace as well.