As part of the “Legends of La Cienega: Celebrate Hollywood” event taking place this past week in Los Angeles, interior designers and set decorators have created window vignettes on display at the participating showrooms.  Each vignette pays tribute to the silver screen or television honoring a movie or tv show.

Take a look:

The window display at Baker by Woodson & Rummerfield honoring Auntie Mame. (Apparently, they were able to get some of the original set decorations from the movie.)

The window display at Bausman by Oliver Furth honoring The Fountainhead.

The window display at Compas by Philip Nimmo honoring Lawrence of Arabia.

The window display at Downtown by Jeffrey Alan Marks honoring Green Acres.

The window display at Dragonette by Melissa Levander honoring Romantic/Musical Comedies of the 50’s & 60’s.

The window display at Gray Morell by Sheldon Harte honoring Pillow Talk.

The window display at Hollyhock by Peter Dunham honoring A Passage To India.

The window display at Jean de Merry by David Smith and Laura Richarz honoring Film Noir.

The window display at Marge Carson by Danielle Berman honoring The Hangover.

The window display at Mecox by James Radin honoring Goldfinger.

The window display at Navona by Richard Hallberg honoring Breakfast at Tiffany’s.

The window display at Rug Affair by Amber Haley honoring Modern Family -ABC.

The window display at Scalamandre by Peter Gurski and Melinda Ritz honoring B&W Classics.

The window display at Therien by David Phoenix honoring To Catch A Thief.

The window display at Todd Hase by Ann Shea honoring Big Bang Theory – CBS.

The window display at Woven Accents by Rand Sagers honoring Animated Films.

To see a video of some of the behind the scenes & designers, click here.

{All photos by Mark Savage Photography}

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4 Comments to 'Legends of La Cienega 2010: The Window Vignettes'

sajjal 10 May 10 at 6:21 am

this is perfect, every single room got its own accent and all of em are tempting

Catherine 11 May 10 at 5:35 pm

I love the Woven Accents window display.

hank 25 May 11 at 8:47 pm

I really like the Scalamandre display.

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