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David Flint via AD The intimate guest room, painted in Benjamin Moore’s Grizzly Bear Brown, features an Italian neoclassical slipper chair from JF Chen covered in orange suede; on the marble mantel is a pair of brass bouillotte lamps by Circa Lighting.

How to Design a Hotel-Quality Guest Room Photos | Architectural Digest

How to Design a Hotel-Quality Guest Room

See How J. Randall Powers Transformed a Houston Home into an Ultra-Refined Residence Photos | Architectural Digest

See How J. Randall Powers Transformed a Houston Home into an Ultra-Refined Residence

At the Houston home of decorator J. Randall Powers and William L. Caudell, a French Empire desk sits at the foot of a Rose Tarlow Melrose House bed.

With stormy blue walls Brooke Shields’ space is adorned with cutesy feminine decor. Playful patterns and vivid salmon and lime hues pop in contrast. Her taste for traditional furniture creates a warm and sophisticated atmosphere while stone colored linen armchairs balance the the weight of the space. Inviting and rich the cherry red furniture grounds the room with historical presence as longstanding as her career.

Benjamin Moore Chelsea Gray in Brooke Shields' living room.OH how I love this! The color of the walls are perfect.

Brooke Shields' Greenwich Village apartment, Architectural Digest, March 2012

Brooke Shields’s Luxurious Townhouse in New York City

Brooke Shields’s Manhattan Home - Brooke Shields in the Greenwich Village townhouse she shares with her family; the home was renovated in collaboration with designer David Flint Wood and MADE architects.

Living Room and Fireplace in Goldfarb/Paredes East Village Penthouse

Writer Brad Goldfarb and Alfredo Paredes, the executive vice president and chief retail creative officer at Ralph Lauren collaborated with architect Michael Neumann on the renovation of their East Village duplex.

Make a Four-Panel Bed  “Attaching a valance to the ceiling is a little trick I use when people don’t have a four-poster bed and the ceiling isn’t super-high. The panels you see here are mounted to the ceiling, so gravity is the frame. And if your ceiling isn’t extremely high, the effect will be perfect — it will make the room feel much taller.”

Well-Advised: Mary McDonald

Mary McDonald “Attaching a valance to the ceiling is a little trick I use when people don’t have a four-poster bed and the ceiling isn’t super-high.

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