Decorator Elsie de Wolfe Took L.A. by Storm in the 1940s
Decorator Elsie de Wolfe Took L.A. by Storm in the 1940s Photos | Architectural Digest. A Charles Baskerville mural enlivens Di Frasso’s home. Photo: Simon Watson
Tea house interior by Elsie de Wolfe
Elsie de Wolfe design. Elsie De Wolfe was without a doubt, the first woman to have created the occupation of Interior Designer, when none had previously existed. She did not focus on what could merely fit into a room; rather, what was appropriate to the room.
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Elsie de Wolfe interior Note the edge treatment of the mirror
Elsie de Wolfe townhouse living room by Ron Bricke
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The Fabulous Life of Decorator to the Stars Elsie de Wolfe
In 1950, Lady Mendl was photographed, with one of her poodles, in her bedroom at After All. Courtesy of Hutton Wilkinson
Elsie de Wolfe interior design for a sitting room in the house Marlene Dietrich owned in Hollywood in the 1930s.