THE HISTORY BEHIND THE STYLE: Glamour. Opulence. Luxury. All characteristics of the iconic Hollywood Regency style. The 1930s marked the emergence of Hollywood’s Golden Age in all of its glitz and glamour. Movie starlets were frequently spotted on the silver screen surrounded in sets adorned with tufted furniture, rich fabrics, and mirrors galore. Think Rita Hayworth in her notorious boudoir hair flipping scene from the film Gilda. THE COLOR PALETTE: Although traditional Hollywood Regency designs can be found in all creme or white color palettes, the style was more commonly seen in black and white. Sometimes splashes of color in jewel tones could be found. REFLECTIVE SURFACES: … Continue reading the origins of hollywood regency
Once again a very busy month has seen our warehouse buzzing with activity and the production of many new and exciting pieces from sofas and sectionals to mid-century modern hand painted chairs. Enjoy!
It’s been a busy week here in the warehouse, here are a few highlights.
Bregen-based design studio k_m architektur has designed the Lindau House project. Completed in 2006, the contemporary property comes with stunning lake views and the property can be found in Lindau, Germany. According to the architects: “The single floor residential home made of cedar wood was built on a slightly sloping property with direct access and spectacular view to the lake. In the course of time, the patina of the facade is intended to adjust to its natural surroundings. Thus the building discreetly takes a backstage, without disrupting the lake view. “The contemporary German home is divided into two sections. The rear section with a closed facade contains the bedrooms and functional rooms. An open dining and … Continue reading Lovely Lindau House, Germany
New York-based design studio Inc Architecture and Design have completed the Laight Loft project. The stylish contemporary apartment can be found in New York City, USA. According to the architects: “The contemporary New York apartment was designed in 2006, with a construction cost of $2,200,000, as a pied-a-Terre for European gentleman who makes New York his home only in the fall. A place for both work and the entertaining of friends and family, the residence was developed with a private suite, an entertainment area and two bedrooms for frequent guests. The project is a study in architecturally defined spaces verses architecturally distinct objects. An ambiguity or tension is invoked as one travels through the plan between … Continue reading Stylish Laight Loft, New York