The Luxe Interiors + Design showhouse will open November 2011 at the Greystone Estate with the theme Maison de Luxe, which translates to "The House of Luxury."
Editor-in-Chief Pamel a Jaccarino will invite 30 iinterior designers from across the country to decorate the 55-room, Baronial-style Doheny residence.
“We are delighted to bring America’s top interior designers, decorative artists and landscape architects together to reimagine this exceptional estate,” says Editor in Chief Pamela Jaccarino. “This talented group will infuse the property with a fresh sense of style and enchantment while honoring its architecture and history.”
The 46,000-square-foot estate features formal gardens on 18.5 manicured acres, and is situated in Trousdale Estates above famed Sunset Boulevard.
The City of Beverly Hills, which owns and operates the Greystone Estate, has not hosted a showhouse since its partnership with Veranda magazine in 2008, which was themed The Great House. Prior to that, the City had an ongoing partnership with ASID.
The show house will help raise funds for The Friends of Greystone, a non-profit organization dedicated to the restoration of Historic Greystone Estate.
Photos courtesy The Friends of Greystone.
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