As always, Hollywood’s biggest stars gather in the Greenroom before and after sparkling on stage at the Annual Academy Awards. Each year, Architectural Digest selects a worthy designer to adorn the space with their vision of what sort of environment the on-screen royalty should be relaxing, calmly – or sweating, profusely.
White House interior designer Michael S. Smith, (a regular at the SFDC we might add) was the chosen one. According to AD, his inspirations came from “luxe, tailored 1940s Hollywood style, complete with a sophisticated color palette and furnishings that reflect the era”. This shot of Michael’s Greenroom lets us imagine Gene Kelly and Lana Turner lounging around sipping a Tom Collins before their on stage moments. Now, if only these walls could talk.