This is the third of many posts on Veranda magazine’s The Great House at Historic Greystone Estate show house tour. They say three time’s a charm and in this case it truly is. I love this room featured in this post!
As mentioned, went on the tour of the mansion because it was on showcase after having been taken over by top designers who each got to decorate a room.
I walked into this room and immediately fell in love…hence all of the pictures. A wonderfully appointed, neatly decorated guest room. Charming, cheery and livable. Totally fitting for this very grand guest wing at Greystone…but also warm and inviting enough for any home.
Turns out my friend Charlotte Broussard, a veterinarian and design enthusiast (just thought I would throw in the vet reference only because Charlotte is the only one of my friends who is a vet and design enthusiast…in fact she is my only friend who is a vet…), went on the tour the next day and loved this room too. She texted saying “I love the room with the twin beds”!
The room was designed by Elizabeth Dinkel of Elizabeth Dinkel Design Associates, Inc.
Blue grass cloth wall covering provides texture and happy coloring to the room. Arrowroot natural grasscloth wallcovering from Phillip Jeffries, Ltd (above)
The Rug Company’s Ushak Morocco rug in light brown and off white brings a lively Moroccan pattern to the floor. Made of Indian wool and mohair. (above)
Individual round glass and iron pendant lights dangle from each canopy adding light and whimsy (above)
Each bed is strikingly defined by a decorative fabric canopy which drapes behind the headboards. Yellow bolster cushions add another touch of color and brightness to this charming guest room at the Greystone Mansion. (above)
Beautiful work by designer Elizabeth Dinkel! Love this room, made me want to stay the night as an uninvited guest even after the tour was over!
Question to readers: What do you think of the decor of my favorite little room at the Greystone Mansion in Beverly Hills? Would you want to be a guest in this room?
All photos in this post by Coco of Cococozy