Mirrored nightstands and a plush upholstered headboard bring a touch of old Hollywood glam into the bedroom. Hotel bedding and roman shades add warmth to the space while the gray couch at the foot of the bed provides a place to relax in private.
Designer Courtney Blaymore closely followed her client's wishes by installing a make-up vanity inside this walk-in closet and dressing area. Especially fetching is the lighting around the vanity mirror, which gives an impression of old Hollywood. A ghost vanity chair completes this fabulous look.
Palm printed wallpaper makes a statement on its own, but when paired with gold, midcentury modern chandeliers and a green lacquer dining table this dining room reaches a whole new level of glamorous eccentricity. Black accents and the neutral hardwood floor balance the bold features.
A touch of Hollywood glamour in the home theater at the 2010 HGTV Dream Home transforms a traditional entertainment room into a luxe space for relaxing and movie watching. Frosted glass doors attached to barn door hardware provide privacy during show times. Tripod-mounted steel lamps, outfitted with a milk glass diffuser, can be positioned as needed and provide soft, white illumination.
Graphic patterns, clean lines and metallic accents come together to create a bedroom that oozes Hollywood Regency style. The metallic accents all coordinate in a gold-brass finish to give the space a sense of unity.
With Hollywood Regency style in mind, this double vanity is an elegant place to wash up. A double sink, striped wood cabinetry, black granite countertops and a large, frameless mirror complete the look. Designed by Emily Mackie of Inspired Interiors.
Custom European-style benches are built into the hedges surrounding the swimming pool at the home of Anne Heche and James Tupper. A hot tub is placed at the end of the pool with custom decking that provides steps and additional seating, as seen on The Outdoor Room With Jamie Durie.
Once the center of the American slave trade, Charleston is a city always contending with the good and bad of its history even as it has transformed into a food-centric and sophisticated Southern city where wealthy New Yorkers and Hollywood types flock for the easygoing pace and refined lifestyle and have scooped up homes at a ravenous pace that has threatened to price-out locals. Charleston is consistently named one of the country's top cities by glossy travel magazines and websites beguiled by its idiosyncratic beauty and charm. Homes, gardens and the people of Charleston are exceptionally gracious (especially so considering the 7 million tourists who flock to the city each year), furnishings lean toward the traditional but there is experimentation galore when it comes to the arts and food. There are endless options in high-end lodgings from the nouveau luxe Hotel Bennett to the bespoke, chic Zero George whose epic porches are the local answer to Prozac.
Host Jennie Garth's oldest daughter Luca has a bedroom full of old Hollywood style, as seen on The Jennie Garth Project. A tufted headboard adds drama to the space and is paired with a curvy metallic dresser.
Mid-Century modern egg chairs flanked by tall patterned drapes utilize the natural light to create an inviting space in the curved turret window of this Victorian-style home. The Hollywood-style floor lamp, rustic coffee table and assorted eclectic accents provide a fun yet sophisticated environment.
Ensconced in Carrera marble, this luxurious bathroom shower area feels fit for the finest spa. An elegant, modern chandelier makes this feel less like a bathroom and more like a living room, as does the old Hollywood-style chair bench. White cabinets and ceilings add to the expansive look of the space.
It's only fitting that a Hollywood home have a theater for screening films. Velvet curtains, ornate sconces and sixteen seats give the space a hint of glamour that feels true to the Art Deco time period.