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Sunday, May 30, 2010
Ready For Our Close-Up
In the 1940's and 50's a decorating style was born in Beverly Hills at the hands of designers John Elgin Woolf and Robert Koch Woolf. Meant to emulate the glamour found in the movies, "Hollywood Regency" became the term to describe decor that embraces the fanciful. This Barovier & Toso lamp embodies that aesthetic beautifully with it's baroque lines and all the gilded shimmer and drama of a red carpet gown.