Fabric isn’t just for upholstering sofas, it can also be used in lieu of wallpaper. An Indian Miniature–a print Dunham had blown up and reproduced–stands out against the paisley backdrop.
Old Hollywood glamour is alive and well at Peter Dunham’s newly opened interior design showroom, located just off of Melrose Place. Hollywood at Home has been around since 2007, with two shops located in the La Cienega Design Quarter. In May, Dunham moved his collection of textiles and vintage furniture down the street, and across the way to a comparatively massive new space.
Vintage lamps flank a mirror and compliment chairs from the sixties covered in ikat.
Oversized prints frame a Perriand Four Poster bed and Walnut End Tables, which are all Peter Dunham original reproductions.
Zak and Fox Uroko Ink upholstered walls and a vintage abstract painting work together by keeping within the same color palette.
Indian Bed Covers, which are popular among both celebrity and civilian clients.
A vintage tapestry is given new life when placed in a contemporary frame
The airy showroom has sky high ceilings and that is divided into ten open rooms that display a rotating arrangement of of whatever’s currently in Dunham’s collection. In addition to creating an eponymous line of fabrics, the likes of equally as talented designers like John Robshaw sell their wares at Hollywood at Home. The additional square footage meant that Dunham and his team could dust off some of the treasures he has collected from around the world, which were previously stored in a warehouse.
Dunham has a knack for incorporating wicker into his furniture and turning vintage fabrics into pillow cases.
The Hollywood at Home Portofino Coffee Table holds antique books that Dunham finds at flea markets near far.
The Figleaf textile is Hollywood at Home’s signature print. Dunham had the pattern turned into a traditional wallpaper for the great room located in the back of the showroom.
Mini Mahrahab shades provide contrast against a wall of black and white photos that hug the window.
Given it’s name and location, goods from the showroom are often scooped up by those who call Hollywood home. But anyone with a keen eye can draw inspiration from the gems at Hollywood at Home.
Dunham isn’t afraid to mix prints, here he combines Carolina Iriving Zig Zag fabric with vintage armchairs upholstered in Lisa Fine’s Aswan Passion.
A circle of chairs surround a Hollywood at Home San Remo coffee table creating an intimate area in the middle of a large room.
Monochromatic Konstantin Kakanias paintings line the wall. Below that, a vintage wine tasting table sits next to the Hollywood at Home Hogan sofa.
Who says a paisley upholstered headboard, patterned wallpaper, a geometric lamp shade, and throw pillows can’t work together?