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Hollywood Regency

The Hollywood Regency style originated in the golden age of Hollywood. Think Jean Harlow, Carole Lombard and the lavish Art Deco inspired film sets created for movies during the 1930’s era. The sets were created with highly theatrical accents that often featured tall white plaster floor lamps, mirrored dressing tables and fainting couches upholstered in visually rich satin or velvet. While it is not apparent in classic black and white films, set interiors were often brightly colored. All of the design elements filmed beautifully and provided a brief respite to an audience facing the bleak depression that gripped most of the nation.



"Dinner at Eight"

Inspiering Reading
“Class Act: William Haines Legendary Hollywood Decorator” By Peter Schifnado and Jean H. Mathison
In the Pink: Dorothy Draper–America’s Most Fabulous Decorator” by Carelton Varney
David Hicks: A Life of Design” by Ashley Hicks
Jonathan Adler on Happy Chic Accessorizing” by Jonathon Adler
Regency Redux: High Style Interiors: Napoleonic, Classical Moderne, and Hollywood Regency” by Emily Evans Eerdmans and Kelly Wearstler

 

Louise Bramstedt - Lobra Loves
September 7th, 2011 - 15:10 in Interior Design

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