Thursday, September 10, 2009

Greenbrier, Part 2

Last month, when I posted my Greenbrier blog post I got a Facebook note from Tammi over at Couture Window Fashions. She told me she was going that weekend to visit her Dad who lived nearby and asked me if I wanted any particular photos taken of the Greenbrier. How incredibly COOL was that?

Not having been there before I told her I would be grateful for any and here is what she sent....

First, I have to include this photo of her, her skirt fits in perfectly doesn't it?


I think we can all agree that Dorothy Draper was not afraid of color and big prints!

Check out all the details in just this picture....I would say that chandelier is an original to The Greenbrier wouldn't you?

I love the floors!


I need to ask Tammi, but I would assume that fabric on the ceiling pulls back to glass but not sure...
The "cabana" is cute.

Love the shiny floors...I think it would be hard for me to resist wanting to run across in socks.

This is the entrance to the Draper's Cafe, I just love looking at all the details, that coat rack is yummy isn't it?


I love the pink welting on all of these chairs, I think I would've taken the same picture.

I am looking forward to seeing this wall and all the black and whites of the resort's past.

I just love all these new social networking tools and technology such as Facebook. It's a great way of making friends and helping each other out, THANK YOU again Tammi!

5 comments:

tdlenair said...

How cool Marie! LOVE IT! Yes, there is so much eye candy for you to look at I know you will enjoy it there.

Love the Decor! said...

Wow amazing!! Love the pinks and all the mix of texture and color.Thanks for sharing.

Anne @ The City Sage said...

Amazing! My fave details are the broad stripes--both the black and white in the cabana and the pink and white outside the cafe. Fabulous!

Anonymous said...

You've got me wanting to go!!! Thank you for sharing....

Hatton said...

I took a picture of the paint chips from that case and used them in my house! Great photos... The Greenbrier is gorgeous!