The 2013 Oscars may have come to an end, but that doesn’t mean we can’t enjoy some good design. The Academy Awards is the biggest , must-watch show of the year bringing together A-list celebs, a fashion roll call and us common people hosting our own viewing parties. If you are an avid Oscar viewer then you can only imagine the amount of after parties celebs will attend to end their evening, but did you know about the VIP greenroom ?
Each year, Architectural Digest collaborates with the best designers in the industry to create the ultimate greenroom for Oscar participants to enjoy before, during and after the ceremony. A luxe backstage lounge with over 700 square feet to enjoy (includes an outdoor area), you almost wish you had a pass to indulge with stars even for a moment.
The 2013 AD greenroom comes from the visions of Madeline Stuart, an acclaimed AD100 designer and takes us back to the days of Hollywood’s Golden Age. Pulling inspiration from the art deco style and glamour of old Hollywood, Stuart created a functional space with dreamy finishes and polished textures.
I most enjoyed the play on colors as Madeline’s greenroom uses blacks against creams (a classic combo) and spicy neutrals against complimenting oranges and blues. There is even a great Gatsby moment felt with the use of metallic stripe outlines on the bar and entrance.