Rudolph Valentino’s bedroom and dining room at Falcon Lair, circa 1926

Rudolph Valentino's Bedroom at Falcon Lair, circa 1926

Falcon Lair is the name of Rudolph Valentino’s estate above Benedict Canyon in Beverly Hills. (He named it Falcon Lair after an unproduced film of his, “The Hooded Falcon.”) This is his bedroom aka the epicenter of millions of fantasies across the country. Not that I’ve given a lot of thought, but it’s not nearly as ornate as I expected it to be. Below is his dining room:

Rudolph Valentino's Dining Room at Falcon Lair, circa 1926

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One Response to Rudolph Valentino’s bedroom and dining room at Falcon Lair, circa 1926

  1. Joyce Payton says:

    Someone said the bedspread was yellow and the nightstands were Cobalt Blue with the trim in gold. Also the ceiling light was gold. I’d love to see it in color.