And moving on to the upstairs at Maison de Luxe...
Woodson and Rummerfield decorated Mrs. Doheny's Bedroom.
A detail shot of Mrs. Doheny's Bedroom.
The Bath off of Mrs. Doheny's Bedroom.
Kendall Wilkinson designed the Twilight Room. She created this infinity wall using mirror and flowers.
A metal structure in the middle of Wilkinson's room supported these benches with chair backs.
The Gentlemen's Study as envisioned by Patrick Dragonette.
A plaid lampshade tops a horse lamp in Dragonette's room.
The Family Room by designer Barclay Butera.
Martyn Lawrence Bullard was chosen to design Mr. Doheny's bedroom. As you can see, the room was teeming with the Million Dollar Decorators filming crew.
Bullard also created a Massage Room...
...as well as Mr. Doheny's bathroom.
Oliver Furth created a mature Girl's Room.
It might be a little hard to see, but in the center of the room Furth hung a sculpture that was made of balloons covered in graphite. As the show house continues, the sculpture will get smaller and will release its graphite coating. The sculpture was created by artist Elyse Graham.
A little fuzzy, but I tried to get a shot of the peacock blue lacquered ceiling. It was a striking contrast to the brown toned walls.
The Girl's Room Bath, also designed by Furth, featured a dressing table and walls with metallic paper insets.
Atlantan Raymond Goins painted these horse themed canvases that lined the walls of his Sitting Room. Standing in the room was like being surrounded by galloping horses.
All photos by Jennifer Boles for The Peak of Chic