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Phyllis Diller was famous for her wacky minidresses and wigs, stored in a zebra print-wallpapered room in her 1914 Brentwood mansion. But come Sunday, when her furniture and art go up for auction in Beverly Hills, the public will see the extent to which the outrageous comedian actually was a classically trained musician and a modernist painter with a traditional taste in décor.
I need a little space. No, really.
Dark dreams ‘In the Nursery’: Corey Helford Gallery presents art with an edge for the kiddie’s room
Style Factory casts a vote for cool indie design and crowd-sourced home decor
Set Pieces: A Hollywood-Midwest style mashup on ‘Hot in Cleveland’
Inspired awfulness: Santa’s Roman holiday horror
Sit! Stay! Polish! Introducing the silver Milk Bone
The Look for Less: The classic Raindrops by C. Jere and the Leaf Cluster from West Elm
The L.A. Times’ first Virtual Holiday Craft Fair