right now at the site 1st dibs, the Style Saloniste- Diane Dorrans Saeks has written a lush story about the design work of Ann Getty. The home of the younger generation of Trianas is photographed in Diane's article Estates of Grace. Ann Getty has combined her beautiful opulent baroque style with modern flashes of 20th century art work, youth driven but serious interiors.
Diane can tell you more HERE
The article is accompanied by the incredible photography of Lisa Romerein.
Ann Getty's design work in the Triana's small library- with walls covered in fine naturally shed peacock feathers (I believe a Schumacher paper-though not identified as such)- is pure fantasy and drop dead gorgeous. Not over the top-but just perfectly perched on the edge.(page 9) The monochromatic office is done with an Etro peacock cord fabric on the walls, sharply defined modern pieces, opaline lamps and American West art. A masterfully planned mix of objects,collections, realized by the designer seamlessly. This is another of my favourite rooms. (page 9). Getty's own home is like none other you have seen- likely.
now about that rug- Diane's question and answer portion of the story ends with Getty's selection of her favourites from 1st dibs. They are all exciting-but the one that grabs my attention is the Antique Amritzar rug available at Peter Pap Oriental Rugs at the 1st dibs site. A 6 x 9ish rug with a colour combination that won't quit. So glad Ann Getty showed this one off to me- it is stellar, Don't you think?