When we think about the Oscars we envision endless yards of silk taffeta, brilliant jewels, and of course, a red carpet. What we almost never think about is the lounge where our favorite celebrities wait before going on stage, the Greenroom at the Oscars. This year’s Oscars Greenroom featured a masculine interpretation of 1930s Hollywood. In her efforts to “capture a little bit of that glamour, and that magic, and that wonder that is the Academy Awards,” designer Madeline Stuart used leather wall coverings, polished black wood floors, and layers of luxurious Schumacher fabrics.
Just like a star needs supporting actors to shine, attention grabbing patterns need the help of complimentary fabrics to unite the many design elements throughout a room. Neutral beige and gold stripes coordinate with the luscious solids without detracting from the prominent Shock Wave chevron stripe or the colorful pillows and stools.
These rich Schumacher stripes enhance the many shades of gold throughout the room:
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