I placed a faux fur run under the large dining table and graced the table with mirrored square vases filled with Black Beauty roses, sterling silver roses, and mini black Calla lilies and on the table were DIAMONDS! Big ones!! I sewed a gorgeous patterned velvet silver and ivory table runner that was a plush intersection for the dining table.
I used a mirrored sideboard to place small glamour photos and the ultimate glam surprise to the room was the gorgeous collection of antique corsets that the Rocco’s guests ended up fighting for. Frank also liked the idea of fashion sketches, but instead of making them look jumbled and like a collage, I focused on high-style simple line drawings in order to streamline the idea.
By the time I was done with Frank's room I most definitely wanted to take a much-needed nap on that gorgeous day bed I found, complete with lush pillows and a greyhound guard dog statue.
For Frank's lighting, I wanted the focus to stay shiny and pretty so I used light lavender tones to accentuate the gorgeous baubles that were used throughout the dining experience. I used a faux silver crocodile charger plate and really lush glassware and silverware to complete the glamour factor.
I love the fact that this room was sooo feminine, even though Frank was Mr. Tattoo guy. What a softie….