I have been very fortunate to be blessed with many “helpers” and resources behind the scenes at Stagetecture. One of them is my great Interior Design intern – Rachel Morgan here in Jacksonville, Florida. Rachel has helped me on numerous projects and she loves decor and helping homeowners with design dilemmas! Today, Rachel is starting a new feature on Stagetecture called “Get the Look”. Where she has taken a theme and created a Olioboard design to help you get the look at your home.
Thanks Rachel for all that you do!
Hollywood glam to me is acquiring a rich look with using the least amount of color as possible. In this space gold, silver, and white are used to make the space look glamorous.
- The lamps, vases, mirrors, and even the tie backs on the curtain sparkle. The damask pattern is a great pattern to use in a rich space such as this.
- The complexity of the pattern gives it a sort of difficulty which screams rich. The mirrored dresser and the antique finishes give the room an old but expensive look.
- The white breaks up the silver and gold so that the space doesn’t become gaudy. With these simple finishes and the lack of color used it gives the room an extravagant, lavish feel without breaking the bank to do so.
What details of Hollywood Regency style or ‘Hollywood Glam’ do you love?
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