The historic Doheny Greystone Estate in Beverly Hills, California, was transformed as part of a partnership between 23 top interior design firms, Luxe Interiors + Design magazine, the City of Beverly Hills and the Friends of Greystone. Luxe’s second national designer showhouse, Maison de Luxe was open briefly to the public from November 7 to 22, spotlighting the work of interior designers Natasha Baradaran, Andrew Brown, Kristen Buckingham, Nina Campbell, Timothy Corrigan, Patrick Dragonette, Cliff Fong, Oliver Furth, Jane Hallworth, Brit Kleinman, Lauren Liess, Amy Meier, Frances Merrill, Massucco Warner Miller (Julie Massucco Kleiner and Melissa Warner), Brian Paquette, Peggy Platner, Consort Design (Mat Sanders and Brandon Quattrone), Andrea Schumacher, Mark D. Sikes, Sara Story, Benjamin Vandiver, Chloe Warner and Beth Webb.
Second Floor Grand Hallway, Sitting Room; Andrew Brown’s Le Salon de Repos
“We are honored to partner with Luxe magazine and excited to work with them once again after having done a very successful design showhouse together in 2011,” said event supervisor Cindy Brynan. “Their selection of internationally and nationally acclaimed designers is exceptional. The work of the designers reflects the fashionable and sophisticated look of Luxe magazine. We are inspired by the imaginative and graceful way the designers brought a contemporary element to the traditional style of this beautiful, historic mansion.”
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All photos courtesy Luxe Interiors + Design