Interior decorator Starrett Zenko Ringbom and artist Happy Menocal are a match made in design heaven. Between their bright, playful attitudes and aesthetics, and their willingness to take risks when it comes to both art and design, the pair were automatically set up for a close working relationship—and lots of creative endeavors.
“Happy and I have a special rapport, I feel that she really understands me and my aesthetic point of view, and I trust her implicitly,” says Ringbom of Menocal.
“One of my favorite rooms of all time is the entrance to the L’Institut Guerlain designed by Jean-Michel Frank with wall murals painted by Christian Berard. I have been looking forward to having a mural in my entry ever I first laid eyes on that room,” Ringbom says.
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