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Decorator Elsie de Wolfe Took L.A. by Storm in the 1940s Photos | Architectural Digest. A painting by Julian La Trobe of After All, the Beverly Hills, California, house where decorator Elsie de Wolfe and her husband, Sir Charles Mendl, settled in the 1940s. The couple became Hollywood’s preeminent hosts.

How Elsie de Wolfe, the world’s most famous decorator, fled the Nazis, unrolled the chintz, and became the toast of Tinseltown

1940's Hollywood Regency Schonlaw entry - Beverly Hills by Mary Burns

Celebrity Interior Designer Lori Dennis on Hollywood Regency Trend

Hollywood Regency Schonlaw-Entry-Beverly Hills by Mary Burns :: Celebrity Interior Designer Lori Dennis on Hollywood Regency Trend

See the Masterful Designs of John Elgin Woolf at the Palos Verdes Art Center | Architectural Digest

Straight Hollywood Regency at its finest. See the Masterful Designs of John Elgin Woolf at the Palos Verdes Art Center

One of my favorite homes in Beverly Hills designed by John Elgin Woolf in the…

One of my favorite homes in Beverly Hills designed by John Elgin Woolf in the Hollywood Regency Style.

Decorator Elsie de Wolfe Took L.A. by Storm in the 1940s Photos | Architectural Digest. Chinese accents in the Di Frasso living room. Simon Watson

Decorator Elsie de Wolfe Took L.A. by Storm in the 1940s

Decorator Elsie de Wolfe Took was hugely popular in L. throughout the She decorated socialite Dorothy di Frasso’s Beverly Hills living room by layering numerous Chinese accents.

See the Masterful Designs of John Elgin Woolf at the Palos Verdes Art Center | Architectural Digest

See the Masterful Designs of John Elgin Woolf at the Palos Verdes Art Center

See the Masterful Designs of John Elgin Woolf at the Palos Verdes Art Center Photos

The Fabulous Life of Decorator to the Stars Elsie de Wolfe Photos | Architectural Digest

The Fabulous Life of Decorator to the Stars Elsie de Wolfe

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Half Pudding Half Sauce: Iron grilles lighten the portico; A pagoda hood over the entrance to the Charles E. McCann residence at Oyster Bay.

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