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Vacation Decorating

Decorating luxury trains isn't enough. Now Carleton Varney, a high-end interior designer to the elite and head of the posh design firm Dorothy Draper and Company, is tackling his latest project: the Dorothy Draper School of Decorating at the famous Greenbrier in West Virginia. His goal for the classes is to “make people aware of how they can improve the way they live”. But if you prefer more austere interiors, this might not be for you since Varney is not fond of “fabrics that look like beige, gray or mousy or gravy-like.” Classes cost five thousand dollars for the week. [previously; Greenbrier; NYT] —George Perkins

Greenbrier Hotel

300 W Main Street, White Sulphur Springs, WV 24986 800 453 4858 Visit Website