Rarely do the terms “glamour” and “trailer” go hand in hand, except when you’ve tiptoed into actress Marcia Cross’s chocolate-and-aqua-velvet-encased trailer on the set of Desperate Housewives at Universal Studios.
“It’s like walking into a chocolate kiss,” enthuses David Brian Sanders, the Los Angeles-based interior designer who transformed the 12x30-foot space into Marcia’s own private between-takes haven.
Wrapped luxuriously in shades of warm brown velvet and pale blue—plush espresso-colored carpet, cocoa-colored sea-grass wall covering, soft blue upholstery, fresh bursts of crisp white trim—the trailer is a study in how to shut out the bright lights and big demands of the outside world and make one feel like, well, a star.
David Brian Sanders, David Brian Sanders Interior Design, 132 S. Swall Dr., Suite 4, Los Angeles, CA 90048; 310/729-7186, dbsinteriors.com.
Photograph: Edmund Barr
Text by Darra Baker
Produced with Jenny Bradley