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Stephane Boudin

St├ęphane Boudin was a French interior designer and a president of Maison Jansen, the influential Paris-based interior decorating firm. Boudin is best known for being asked by U.S. First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy to join American antiques expert Henry Francis du Pont, of the Winterthur Museum, and interior designer Sister Parish in the renovation and restoration of the White House from 1961 to 1963. Also, under the direction of Boudin, the interior of Leeds Castle in Kent, England was re-designed for its last owner, Lady Olive Baillie.

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