Dorothy Draper & Co. Inc. is one of the longest established interior and industrial design firms in America. Since 1925 we have being decorating residences, hotels, embassies and castles around the world.
We always stay true to Dorothy Draper's vision, by creating vivid, theatrical, cheerful interiors that charm, amuse and delight, residents and guests.
Background colors are the key success of decorating. The drab age thankfully is over. Bright clear colors should be all around us. Our colors will enhance your home in every way.
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As a child I was into my finger paints—a dab of yellow—a dab of blue—and I discovered green—not to mention what I discovered when I mixed the primary red with blue—and then I went on to Crayola colors and to filling the forms of the characters in my coloring book. Cinderellaï¿½s hair was sometimes red or colored brown, and I never knew at that time that the hair color should have been yellow!
And in the 1960s I started painting with oils on canvas and I discovered my own world of Jackson Pollack—and in the 70s and 80s, I was preparing interior painting schemes for houses, cruise ships, resorts all over the world—I even selected paint colors and paint finishes for the White House and the Vice Presidentï¿½s Residence—as well as for embassies in different corners of the world.
The world of paints and water colors and pencil colors has always been with me and, now, I have the joy of compiling a collection of paint colors that I, and my company, Dorothy Draper & Co. Inc., have been using for so many years, in places, like the iconic Greenbrier Hotel at White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia, and at Michiganï¿½s Grand Hotel on Mackinac Island, as well as many others.
And working with Fine Paints of Europe, the source of the finest quality paints in America, we are able to bring to you our range of paint colors—colors that will bring charm and warmth and magic into your home.
Please note that colors will display differently on computer monitors than they will on a painted surface.
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