Framed photos of old Hollywood movie stars and historic icons line the Venetian plastered walls in this art deco cigar lounge. An ebony coffee table sits atop the exotic lion rug, while club chairs covered in royal blue velvet finish off the sultry gathering space.
Designer Scott Thomas sought to capture the glamour of old Hollywood and the Art Deco movement of the '30s in this master bathroom but with a more updated look. The homeowners also wanted a space to display their new Picasso paintings, which fit right in with the design style.
Old Hollywood glam meets traditional architecture in this small Manhattan dining space. Black and white is a classic combination, and a banquette built into a wall of storage invites guests to linger with a classic cocktail. Bentwood chairs with rattan seats provide homeyness and charm to the neutral transitional area.
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.
This is the perfect bedroom for a very smart, chic and fashion-savvy teenage girl — a posh white room with a nod to old Hollywood glamor. Fabulous gold and white vintage-inspired wallpaper showcases the tall accent wall behind the bed. The rest of the room is dressed with textural fabrics, vintage touches and gold accessories.
Audrey Hepburn herself might fall in love with this large bedroom designed for a savvy, stylish teenager. The space echoes old Hollywood glamor, featuring vintage bedside tables and touches of gold throughout the room. White bedding keeps the area feeling clean and fresh, while purpley-red chairs and accents add a punch to the otherwise-neutral space.
Glass elements piled on for optimum glamor and their lovely reflective properties translate to a trend you can easily introduce into your home. A portion of the wall is mirrored, but even the addition of glass accessories on a table or dresser can achieve this light, elegant effect. The Old Hollywood feel of this room is amplified with the palm-shaped dining room table with glass top and a subtle, almost shadow-effect custom mural in this stunning dining room from Philip Sides Interior Design. More sugary pastels add to the sumptuous mood.
This contemporary bedroom was designed around a passion for the color purple and old Hollywood nostalgia. A wrapped accent wall was plastered with a deep eggplant color and smooth velvet-like finish. The flooring (cut pile carpet) is also a deep eggplant with touches of silver-grey. The bright white furniture and a luxurious upholstered headboard add high color contrast and bold graphic accents. Glamorous accessories, such as mirrored tabletops, a black velvet Lucite bench, black lampshades and a zebra area rug punctuate and anchor the bold color combinations.
Contemporary farmhouse meets old-school Hollywood glamour in this stunning open-concept kitchen and dining space. Chandeliers above the dark wood island countertop are an unexpected touch, while lighted glass-front cabinets and a gold faux-finished ceiling add to the sparkle of the space.
Christopher J. Grubb fashioned this regal shower with an Old World feel after an upscale indoor bathroom. The sexy curves and high-quality tile and fixures make it seem as if it was cut straight out of a celebrity's Hollywood villa.
Open through October 7, the Pinewood Forest Idea Home sponsored by Atlanta magazine is nestled in a community of design-forward homes situated close to the motion picture studio Pinewood Studios, half an hour from Atlanta. Focused on eco-friendly construction and a blend of old and new that mixes European home styles, Pinewood Forest is a 234-acre New Urbanism community that will eventually include 600 single family homes. The Atlanta area is already home to countless Hollywood film shoots and locally-shot TV shows (including Ozark, Stranger Things, Atlanta and The Walking Dead) and its rumored that at least one TV star is already calling Pinewood Forest home.