White House Decor 3

Lance's design calls for pale earth tones, such as buff and terra cotta, punctuated by bright citron and dashes of red and blue. Furnishings represent a roll-call of designers who were the early architects of the original Hollywood Regency style: T. H. Robsjohn Gibbings, Karl Springer, Samuel Marx and William Haines.  Artwork hails from around the world and includes pieces by Thomas Hart Benton, Mark Rothko, Constantin Brancusi and Isamu Noguchi. A nickel drapery rod wraps the room; it holds drapes but also could be used to suspend artwork. The large rectangular matte silk rug, which anchors symmetrical conversation areas, reflects light.
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( Judith Lance )

Lance's design calls for pale earth tones, such as buff and terra cotta, punctuated by bright citron and dashes of red and blue. Furnishings represent a roll-call of designers who were the early architects of the original Hollywood Regency style: T. H. Robsjohn Gibbings, Karl Springer, Samuel Marx and William Haines. Artwork hails from around the world and includes pieces by Thomas Hart Benton, Mark Rothko, Constantin Brancusi and Isamu Noguchi. A nickel drapery rod wraps the room; it holds drapes but also could be used to suspend artwork. The large rectangular matte silk rug, which anchors symmetrical conversation areas, reflects light.

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