industry insider | Apr 24, 2015 |
Luxe announces designers for Beverly Hills show house
Boh staff
By Staff

Luxe Interiors + Design will host its second national designer show house at Greystone Estate in Beverly Hills (the first took place in 2011), and is slated to open Nov. 5. Known as Maison de Luxe, the event will be presented in partnership with the City of Beverly Hills and the Friends of Greystone.

Living room at Maison de Luxe 2011 by Jamie Drake.

Over 20 interior designers from around the country will redesign the 55-room Baronial-style Doheny residence known as Greystone Mansion. Designers include Kristen Buckingham, Nina Campbell, Timothy Corrigan, Patrick Dragonette, Benjamin Dhong, Oliver Furth, Cliff Fong, Jane Hallworth, Lauren Liess, Molly Luetkemeyer, Amy Meier, Frances Merill, Julie Massucco Kleiner and Melissa Warner, Brian Paquette, Mat Sanders, Andrea Schumacher, Mark D. Sikes, Sara Story, Summer Thornton, Benjamin Vandiver, Chloe Warner and Beth Webb.

The Greystone Mansion gardens.

The spaces will be featured in all 14 print editions of Luxe Interiors + Design’s January/February 2016 issue.

“This talented group will infuse the property with a fresh sense of style and enchantment while honoring its architecture and history,” said Editor in Chief Pamela Jaccarino.

Corridor at Maison de Luxe 2011 by Mary McDonald.

The Greystone Estate, which is locatedin Trousdale Estates above Sunset Boulevard, was built in 1927 for the Doheny family by architect Gordon B. Kaufman. It is comprised of a 46,000-square-feet mansion sitting on 18.5 acres and including formal gardens.

The Greystone Mansion and Gatehouse.

In 2013, Luxe partnered with Preservation Houston to present the Villa de Luxe showhouse in a 1926 Venetian revival mansion in Shady Side, near Rice University.

Photos from the 2011 Maison de Luxe showhouse by Grey Crawford for Luxe Interiors + Design.

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