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10-9-2012 2-07-50 PM

On the release of her new book, interior designer Ann Getty gives a tour of her opulent San Francisco house.

On the release of her new book, style doyenne Ann Getty throws open the doors to her treasure-filled San Francisco house.

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On the release of her new book, style doyenne Ann Getty throws open the doors to her treasure-filled San Francisco house.

Mrs. Blandings: Wall Flower

The Hunting Room: English pier-glass dated about semi- circular satinwood commode about oriental birds on rococo gilt wall-brackets on either side

paper weight: Peacock Room

blakegopnik: “ Daily Pic: An image of James McNeill Whistler’s “Peacock Room,” from recently rethought at the Freer Gallery of Art in Washington. Traditionally, the Freer has used the room to.

The State Drawing Room, Chatsworth has been restored to its 17th century interior arrangements, based on estate inventories, illustrating the spirit and slendour of the Baroque interior with imported Chinese porcelain, newly arrived in Europe, placed en masse on cabinets on stands composed of Chinese Coromandel panels.-PB

Blue and gold Savonnerie rug, Aubusson tapestries, blue and white Chinoiserie porcelain, antique Chinese cabinets.

John Fowler's chinoiserie painted in Farrow and Ball's Claydon Blue at Claydn House, England.

The incredible pagoda doorway in the Chinese Room at Claydon House ~ design by John Fowler. The ballroom scene in Emma, was filmed at Claydon House. c, designed by Luke Lightfoot-John Fowler worked on room in the and again in

A contemporary entry hall maintains its minimalist aesthetic with limited holiday décor, like bare branches in a vase filled with silver ornaments - Traditional Home®

Festive Holiday Staircases and Entryways minimalist- bare branches with snowflakes in clear vase with glistening marbles- Traditional Home®

The Devoted Classicist . . . . . . . . . . .   John J Tackett . . . . . . . . . .  Classic Residential Design

A late Edo period Japanese screen is mounted flat on the damask-covered wall above a George II style side table flanked by Irish armchairs in the Entrance Hall of Katharine Graham's home in the Georgetown district of Washington, DC.

Eclectic decor:  If I were to go with one color only, it would be green (beautiful shades here)

Grab a hand-signed copy of the first-ever compilation from the influential designer and philanthropist Ann Getty, and discover the luxurious interiors she is renowned for.

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