House of Grandeur
Known as “America’s Resort,” the Greenbrier’s whimsical and colorful decor is an inspiration for interior decorators everywhere. Built in 1778, the resort underwent a redecoration in 1946 by the late renowned decorator Dorothy Draper. Draper was known for being anti-minimalist, using bright, exuberant colors and large prints in most of her conceptions. The Greenbrier Hotel is a testament to her incomparable gift for curating fine decor.
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