The main guest bedroom is affectionately dubbed “The Bond Girl Suite.” The color scheme pays homage to the first Bond girl ever, Ms. Galore herself, portrayed on screen by Honor Blackman. Galore was generally dressed in a black suit with a gold vest, and this color scheme pays tribute to that look. I added in some pink for a feminine touch.
The lamps are pink, denoting a feminine touch, and feature laser-cut-metal shades, for the hard edge that would be demanded of a Bond Girl.
The acrylic bed frame is by CB2. The fur throw at the foot of the bed might speak to romantic encounters with 007 (or whomever her 𝘩𝘰𝘮𝘮𝘦-𝘥𝘶-𝘫𝘰𝘶𝘳 may be) and the overall motif is one of empowerment and self-expression.
The gold lumbar pillow, with a midcentury motif, is a direct homage to Ms. Galore's iconic gold vest. (See photo in bathroom gallery below.)
Each guest bedroom in this three-bedroom house features an ensuite bath. The bathroom in the Bond Girl suite features mosaic glass on both the walls and shower floor. I love the luxe feeling of wrapping the walls and floor of a bathroom in the same material. In this case, the 1" mosaic tile feels both perfectly midcentury and totally current.
The bathroom’s wallpaper pays tribute to the animated opening credits of many 007 films.
The guest room’s ensuite bath features a signed photograph of gorgeous Honor Blackman as Pussy Galore, sporting her black suit and gold vest, with dashing Sean Connery in her clutches.
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Photos: Public 311 for Christopher Kennedy Inc.
Flowers and styling: Keith Fortner