How We Squeezed Big Style Into 150 Square Feet

Low on space, high on drama.

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Never ones to turn down a good design challenge, we eagerly snapped up the smallest room at the annual Maison de Luxe show house at the Greystone Mansion in LA. Quickly rebranding it from the "Social Secretary Room" into the "Social Saloon," we leaned into the cozy quarters and quirky angles of the space, conceptualizing it as a naughty little nook, into which you might duck if you were hunting for a little trouble on your visit to the Mansion.

Combining our signature high-contrast palette with mid-century and Italian modern detailing, we evoked masculine vibes, softened by luxe metallic and vintage details. With a bar accessible only by ladder, a dining table jutting from the fireplace, and a regal peacock presiding over all, the room was an unmistakably playful, colorful, all-over-Consort room.

Scroll for more angles on the space, and our favorite ways to get the look. 



Alhambra Floor Lamp by SABIN ($1,250)

Antique Persian Heriz Wool Rug ($6,000)

Glenfeliz Sconce by SABIN ($485)

Slice Dining Table with Brass Legs by Consort ($13,000)


Michael Caine on Canvas ($2,925)

Martel Vintage Rug ($4,500)



Bellissima Mirror Series No. 2 by Consort ($1,895)

Signal Table Lamp in Brass ($795)


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