We do feel that there is something exceedingly alive about Dorothy Draper Furniture. Reveling in luxury, colorful eccentricity, and romanticism, it is the definition of zeal.
Credited for honing a style known as American Baroque, Dorothy Draper was—at the forefront—an interior designer. Although her background provided no shortage of blue blood, she was not one content to sit on her laurels. Rather, she took on decorating projects like the Greenbrier Resort in West Virginia and the Fairmont in San Francisco—her style a mix of flushed color, oversized chintz, Rococo scrollwork, and black lacquered surfaces. Today, Dorothy Draper pieces like those she designed for Henredon pay homage to her most signature look.