LCDQ Windows for Legends Sneak Peek

If you’re following along on Instagram, you know that it’s been a busy few days in Los Angeles. In between our shoots, I managed to get a quick peek at a few of this year’s LCDQ Windows for Legends featuring this year’s theme One of a Kind. An instant favorite was designer Tammy Connors‘  Flora meets Fauna: A Study in Paper for Hollyhock.

LCDQ Windows - Tammy Connor for HollyhockHere Tammy marries inside and out with a lush scene incorporating Beth Scanlon’s beautiful Audubon bird boxes. I have been lusting after the William Yeoward amethyst hurricanes ever since I saw them at tabletop market.

LCDQ Windows Tammy Connor Hollyhock

In the other Hollyhock window, Nina Campbell designed a whimsical yet luxuriant space with her monkey themed Barbary toile.

Nina Campbell for Hollyhock

Tommy Chambers created an inviting eclectic space for his Welcome Home window for Reborn Antiques. A salon style gallery wall with a great mix of art and textures felt personal and engaging.

LCDQ windows - Tommy Chambers for RebornA fabulous screen of fascinating photographs, piles of books and a soldier standing guard makes for an interesting layered space.

LCDQ Windows Tommy Chambers for Reborn Antiques

While I could only include snippets of the windows, you can already tell that Molly Luetkemeyer‘s window for Harbinger by Hand is a scene of great pattern and texture. Starting with a beautiful bold custom colored Fromental wallpaper, each item is a handmade bespoke creation by the artisans represented at the store.

Molly Luetkemeyer for Harbinger by Hand

Bill Ingram‘s color scheme for Kristen Buckingham‘s window is so very quintessential. The bright orange toile with bold blue diagonal stripes feels fresh and of the season.

LCDQ Windows - Bill Ingram for Kristen Buckingham

Patrick Dragonette designed his own window with a peek into a lush and sensual bedroom. Apologies for the partial selfie (as close as I’m ever going to get) but I was trying to capture the sexy black lace covering the window.

Dragonette LCDQ window

Melinda Ritz designed a bright, bold and graphic statement for Hollywood at Home with a playful reference to the upcoming election.

David Netto LCDQ Window for Hollywood at Home

Vincent Jacquard‘s elegant window for Compas, entitled The Boromini Perspective, Roma, is framed by the beautiful William Gray Harris‘ giclée print of the same name.

Vincent Jacquard LCDQ window for Compas

Silver and crystal accoutrements and stunning flowers from Eric Butterbaugh set a luxe and sophisticated stage.

Vincent Jacquard for Compas

On one side, George Smith features Erinn Valencich with a rather mod nod to an earlier era.

Erinn Valencich LCDQ window for George Smith

Erinn Valencich for George Smith

In their second window, Peggy Platner created a black and white sculptural ode, “Humanity,” with a background of Louise Bourgoin’s organic Le Couple fabric for Pierre Frey.

Peggy Platner for George Smith with Pierre Frey wallpaper

And the final window I spied was Schuyler Samperton‘s layered ode to one of a kind women with her signature eclectic chic flair for Waterworks and Dering Hall.

Schuyler Samperton for Waterworks

And of course loved seeing the doggie portraits in the back of the kitchen cabinet.

Schuyler Samperton Waterworks

I only wish I had had time to see all of this year’s LCDQ Windows for Legends. They are always so inspiring and inventive! Follow along on social media for a peek at all the fun here out west!


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8 Responses to LCDQ Windows for Legends Sneak Peek

  1. Louise Egan says:

    Gorgeous photos, love seeing your posts everyday!

  2. Jan Showers says:

    Another great post! I love all of these but those white peacocks are my fave!

  3. franki says:

    YOU EXPERIENCE SUCH BEAUTY…I know that we see only the “perfection” of your efforts, etc. but, oh, my…it is just fascinating and FABULOUS!! franki

  4. Great inspiration – I love the silver and crystal accoutrements with the picture behind — it makes me want to grab a drink and walk into the picture! thanks for sharing!

  5. Addison says:

    These pictures look unreal! Gorgeous!

  6. Beth Scanlon says:

    Thank you Stacey !
    It was my pleasure to work with Tammy Connor Interiors. To see all your great photographs in one story honors the event, the design firms, and the artisans. Thrilled to see my name in your print !
    Kindest regards, Beth

  7. Smithy124q says:

    Thank you for a great post, as always. I love seeing Tammy Connor’s work. She is so talented.

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