Thursday, October 2, 2014

A Palm Beach Apartment by William T. Georgis Architect

Recently, I was introduced to the work of architect and designer, William T. Georgis, whose style has been described as "sumptuous and scrupulous in equal measure." Georgis is recognized by the AD 100, Architectural Digest's international guide to the top one hundred architects and interior designers, and it is easy to see why. A monograph of his work MAKE IT FABULOUS: The Architecture and Designs of William T. Georgis was published in 2013.

Let's take a look inside this fabulous Palm Beach apartment he designed. It features so many of my favorite things... The Original Martinique Beverly Hills banana leaf wallpaper, Zebrine wallpaper by Rose Cumming, faux bamboo, shell encrusted mirrors, whimsical monkeys, chintz, and Chinoiserie. What more could you ask for?

Martinique wallpaper originally designed for the Beverly Hills Hotel, monkey collection, John Stewart X-frame desk, and zebra-skin-clad Milo Baughman chrome chair. "Think of Chantilly's Grande Singerie, which is decorated with paintings of monkeys. It's screwball, it's sudden - it's a fabulous moment," Georgis said in an interview with Designers & Books

Couldn't you just move right in? To see more of Georgis' work, please visit his website, and don't forget to check out his book, MAKE IT FABULOUS. Photography by T. Whitney Cox.


  1. Wow…the wallpapers are amazing and I think I would do a lot of my reading in the chaise at the end of the bed…such a cozy spot!

  2. adore the banana leaf wallpaper + have the book + love it!

  3. This book is definitely going on my Christmas list. Thanks for introducing me to Mr. Georgis, Andrea!

  4. I could definitely move right in. Love the green and white armoire.

  5. That desk chair is major. Thanks for sharing all of this great inspiration!

  6. That Martinique wallpaper really is such a gorgeous paper.


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