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Draper was a known anti-minimalist and is credited for coining the term "American Baroque" which featured a modern approach to historical baroque design. A lavish, glamorous feature to her designs, Dorothy Draper may be most known for her use of modern baroque features.

Draper was a known anti-minimalist and is credited for coining the term "American Baroque" which featured a modern approach to historical baroque design. A lavish, glamorous feature to her designs, Dorothy Draper may be most known for her use of modern baroque features.

5 Things You Didn't Know About Dorothy Draper  I  Photo by Cooper Carras

Greenbrier Hotel, located in White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia with interiors originally designed by Dorothy Draper. Since Draper, the hotel has been rejuvenated by her protege, Carleton Varney.

Lecture on Learning from the Masters: Great Designers of the Past and Their Influence Today - Decor Arts Now Decor Arts Now

Lecture on Learning from the Masters: Great Designers of the Past and Their Influence Today

The famed Greenbrier resort an icon decorated by an icon, Dorothy Draper. Dorothy Draper was the arbiter of "Modern Baroque". Her torch is carried on today by Carleton Varney, a legend in his own right.

The High Style of Dorothy Draper exhibition. #Dorothy_Draper #Modern_Baroque That wallpaper is incredible!

Dorothy Draper design: Unreal, this almost looks like doll furniture! The huge flowers on the wallpaper are just stunning!

Dorothy Draper was the queen of Modern Baroque.

All Hail Dorothy Draper, the Duchess of Decorating!

Greenbrier by Dorothy Draper...LOVE!!!

Greenbrier by Dorothy Draper. Dorthy Draper in the early She was the Martha Stewart of her day. She preferred working on large commercial projects and products. That set her apart as a woman.

I pinned this from the Modern Baroque - Inspired by Design Legend Dorothy Draper event at Joss and Main!

I dont usually like chintz or baroque, but this manages to pull it off without looking too fussy. I pinned this from the Modern Baroque - Inspired by Design Legend Dorothy Draper event at Joss and Main!

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