{places: the greenbrier hotel, west virginia}


. . . and around here, a terrible weakness for perfectly decorated hotels, and the greenbrier most certainly fits into the category -- the intoxicating intermingling of vibrant colours and patterns, leaves and florals and elegant drapery, gilded flourishes and enchanting chandeliers are just the thing for these overcast autumn days . . .





{p.s.} more photos after the jump x







{p.s.} amazing photos by gemma & andrew ingalls of ingalls photography

{images of the greenbrier hotel, designed by dorothy draper, via the epicures; discovered via nikole on twitter}

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Anonymous Karen said...

Wow that looks amazing. Such beautiful and saturated colours. Definitely a bookmark (we're moving soon and I get to totally redecorate my room.... woot!)

November 20, 2011  
Blogger Lynsey Michelle said...

I love all of the color in this lovely grand hotel. What a brilliant use of papers, paint and prints. I am also rather fond of the carpets used. Like a trip back in time.

Lynsey Michelle

November 20, 2011  
Anonymous Rebecca @ white-styled said...

I really would like to arrive at some of those beautful places right not for an afternoon tea visit.

November 20, 2011  
Anonymous Kathryn said...

It's like the emerald city!

November 20, 2011  
Blogger The Wanderers' Daughter said...

Loving the green chandeliers and the dark teal wall!

November 21, 2011  
Anonymous Chelsea said...

each one of these shots blows me away. Love love love. xo

November 21, 2011  
Blogger Karlita said...

what a beautiful place! and what a coincidence.. i was just looking at Dorothy's website but only saw the Residential projects.. loved the color accents and unique design style. Every room has a totally unexpected item and I love it!

November 21, 2011  
Blogger Maarit said...

wow... this is so beautiful!!

November 21, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Love the dark green walls! I'm always drawn to colorful walls. From Brooklyn with love ~jen

November 21, 2011  
Blogger Supal said...

Those colors are amazing together. I love the chandeliers

November 21, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

There is just something about green at the moment for me; a dress, a rug, an opaline vase, it's calling to my soul.

November 23, 2011  
Anonymous Mimi said...

The green chandelier is quite unusual.

November 25, 2011  

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