Maison de Luxe at Greystone Manor

Last weekend was the grand opening of Luxe Interiors + Design’s Maison de Luxe Designer Show House, a beloved Beverly Hills architectural icon and national treasure. More than twenty of the most sought-after interior designers from across the country were invited to transform the 55-room, Baronial-style Doheny residence, known as Greystone Mansion in Beverly Hills. This Designer Show House was unveiled on November 5, 2015, after which it is open to the public for a limited time. The rooms were exquisitely curated, and it was truly a pleasure to tour this beautiful grand estate.

Architect Gordon B. Kaufman began building Greystone for the Doheny family in 1927. The 46,000-square-foot estate, with formal gardens on 18.5 manicured acres, is situated in Trousdale Estates above famed Sunset Boulevard. Thanks to the generosity of participating designers and sponsors, and through Friends of Greystone, a non-profit organization dedicated to the restoration of Historic Greystone Estate, the property continues to receive lasting improvements and working capital to help preserve its status as one of the great houses in America.

The designer spaces will be featured in all 14 print editions of Luxe Interiors + Design’s January/February 2016 issue. Participants include such noted designers as Kristen Buckingham, Nina Campbell, Timothy Corrigan, Patrick Dragonette, Benjamin Dhong, Oliver Furth, Cliff Fong, Jane Hallworth, Lauren Liess, Molly Luetkemeyer, Amy Meier, Frances Merrill, Julie Massucco Kleiner and Melissa Warner, Brian Paquette, Mat Sanders, Andrea Schumacher, Mark D. Sikes, Sara Story, Summer Thornton, Benjamin Vandiver, Chloe Warner and Beth Webb.

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