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.
Here 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.
In the other Hollyhock window, Nina Campbell designed a whimsical yet luxuriant space with her monkey themed Barbary toile.
A fabulous screen of fascinating photographs, piles of books and a soldier standing guard makes for an interesting layered space.
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.
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.
Silver and crystal accoutrements and stunning flowers from Eric Butterbaugh set a luxe and sophisticated stage.
And of course loved seeing the doggie portraits in the back of the kitchen cabinet.
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!