Glamour: Sublime Defined
West Coast editor of Architectural Digest, Mayer Rus shares his definition of glamour in the latest edition of Previews® Inside Out.
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, but is the same true of glamour?
In this feature, titled “Sublime Spaces: Conversation with an Architectural Digest Editor,” Rus shares his personal definition of “glamour.” What’s more? He believes that this definition changes and evolves as new visionaries create fresh interpretations.
When asked how one can incorporate glamour into a space, Rus responds:
“It’s hard to give a prescription for importing glamour to a room. It has to arise organically from the inspired vision of a homeowner or designer.”
So, maybe it is true that glamour is in the eye of the beholder after all. What is glamorous to me–an integration of old and new world, mixing soft white linens, ambient lighting and lush window coverings with distressed wood pieces and industrial edges—might be quite the opposite of your taste. In “Sublime Spaces” Rus shares his list of “timeless” design elements that would bring glamour to any space.
Looking for inspiration for ways to bring glamour into your home? Coldwell Banker Previews International® homes take design to another level. Here are three stunning spaces that could write the book in elements of style.
Read more of the interview with Mayer Rus in this month’s edition of Previews® Inside Out.