The legendary Hollywood designer Tony Duquette (1914-1999) used malachite-patterned designs widely in his Beverly Hills home, Dawnridge, and in many of his purchasers' houses. More just lately, style and inner clothier Kelly Wearstler and midcentury layout guru Jonathan Adler have helped repopularize malachite-inspired designs.Above, faux malachite tops a coffee desk in Duquette's one-time lounge. At left, malachite-patterned wallpaper strains a wall at the Dawnridge estate. Below, malachite-patterned material covers outside eating chairs.
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