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Veere Grenney’s Bamboo House

Veere Grenney’s Bamboo House

I have always loved bamboo in interior design. I remember when I first saw the bamboo Beach House that interior designer Veere Grenney redesigned on the Caribbean island of Mustique. It is a magnificent place with bamboo walls, iconic mid-century bamboo furniture, and a neutral palette. Grenney’s showcase interiors of the property, originally built in the Seventies by the Swedish architect Arne Hasselqvist, is an over-the-top example but even the smallest touch of bamboo brings a bit of the exotic home. I designed our new Mayotte Bamboo Frame with that in mind after a trip to Asia, where bamboo also abounds. I like to display photos in groups, so I pair it the clean, simple lines of the AERIN Camille Frame.

Photographs courtesy of  David Oliver

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AERIN MAYOTTE BAMBOO 5X7 FRAME
Mayotte Bamboo 5x7 FramE 
AERIN CAMILLE 5X7 FRAME
Camille 5X7 Frame
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