Impressive Interiors of the Rich & Famous

Impressive Interiors of the Rich & Famous

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Rachael Grad
Nov 21, 2011

The latest issue of Vanity Fair has a lovely article on photographs of rarely seen private homes and interiors by famous photographers. Dream rooms include an enormous greenhouse, artists' homes with artwork by Picasso and masters and libraries filled with books, collections and design items.

Shown Above:

1. The greenhouse in the garden at Oak Spring, in Upperville, Virginia, at the estate of philanthropist and horticulturalist Bunny Mellon. Photograph by Jonathan Becker, August 2010.
2. Julian Schnabel's master bedroom in his New York City duplex. The painting Pablo Picasso's "Femme au Chapeau". Photograph by Robert Polidori, March 2008.
3. The sitting room in Gabrielle and Michael Boyd's Oscar Niemeyer home in Santa Monica, California. Photograph by David Tsay, April 2007.

See more stunning images at Vanity Fair: Inside Stories.

Images: As credited above

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