The bright and bold bursts of color used in this 1930s celebrity home helped make this pink & white vintage living room really stand out.
Color played a most important role in Nine Gables, the residence of college football player and early movie actor John Mack Brown, Esq., of Beverly Hills, California, the living room of which is shown above, painted by Annette Honeywell.
Old English mahogany furniture was used in this room, while the coach model — made in 1833 — was a replica in miniature of the famous Plymouth Mail.
The room opened onto both covered and open terraces, while through the open door one might have caught a glimpse of the owner’s bedroom.
The hardwood floors were partially covered by a creamy white area rug, keeping the pink glow from being too overwhelming.