“Understatement is extremely important and crossing too many t’s and dotting too many i’s make a room look overdone and tiresome.”
From Buckingham Palace, to Nancy Lancaster’s Brook Street yellow drawing room at Colefax and Fowler, through to the use of yellow at The White House by designers such as Stéphane Boudin and Kenneth Blasingame, this tale presents grand, opulent yellow designs through history.
“I’m completely addicted to luxury. I have no ability for anything else.” Robert Couturier
“If a client wants a nineteenth-century Gothic library, it is up to me to create the best nineteenth-century […]