The bedroom of Blanche Devereaux (Rue McClanahan) has often been under the spotlight for its distinctive palm leaf wallpaper and the exquisite pink and green decor. But let’s not forget the many perfume bottles on her vanity.
In the screencap above, there’s a splash bottle of Delagar Royal Dove cologne, housed in a bottle with pink bird stopper. The design was clearly inspired by Nina Ricci L’air du temps, housed in the dove-topped bottle created by Marc Lalique in 1951.
This floral fragrance, now discontinued, was launched in 1982.
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In love with this post! Blanche’s bedroom truly was iconic, and that perfume bottle really is gorgeous! Well done ❤
Thank you! This bedroom is so beautiful ♥️ The green and pink are a wonderful match.