While the seat fillers rushed to occupy empty seats in the former Kodak Theatre at last night's 84th Annual Academy Awards , celebrity presenters comfortably calmed stage jitters in the event's greenroom furnished by custom furniture maker, Pollaro . The company worked with Los Angeles-based interior designer Waldo Fernandez to complete the space, a throwback to 1930's and 40's Hollywood glamour. Known for their recreation of early 20th century furniture by designers like Emile-Jacques Ruhlmann , Paul Dupre Lafon , and Armand Rateau, Pollaro contributed 11 pieces to the greenroom, including a sculpted Macassar ebony club chair and ottoman, a hand-carved cabinet gilded in 23 karats, and a Ceylon satinwood dining table—the entire contribution totaling more than $500,000.
Pollaro Outfits 2012 Oscars Greenroom
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