The Greenbrier is nestled in West Virginia's Blue Ridge Mountains and has been referred to as "America's most historic resort". The resort opened in the late eighteenth century and is known for it's sulfur spring, stunning decor, spa, health clinic and esteemed golf course...just to name a few things. The Greenbrier also played a role in the Civil War and WWII in addition to housing a bunker/bomb-shelter for the U.S. government.
Dorothy Draper. Dorthy Draper had a love of color and was responsible for starting the very first interior design company in 1923.
Carlton Varney took over the interior design of The Greenbrier. Varney is an acclaimed designer and the president of Dorothy Draper & Co. Inc.
Rhododendron which was redone with a mint background by Carlton Varney.