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Elizabeth designed the interiors of the colonial brick and stucco home using both antique and modern references in the furnishings. She utilized tiny antique shops and flea markets to upper-crust stores and showrooms in LA, Palm Springs, and New York, mixing the quirky with the sophisticated in defining the aesthetic. When Elizabeth couldn’t find the exact item she wanted for a room, she designed it herself and had it custom made. In the family room, Elizabeth created a custom media cabinet with a secret door that opens to a media room beyond. The room,

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equipped with plush sofa, cork fabric-wrapped ottomans, graphic print chairs, vintage lamps and hide rugs, created a cozy, intimate space that was perfect for the family to relax together and to entertain. As with all of the spaces, there was an element of surprise—a graphic print wallpaper at the ceiling—that keeps the space feeling fresh and modern. In the dining room, Elizabeth took a cue from the oversize windows looking out onto the greenery of the backyard and decided to play on the views she found there. Dressing the room in a color palette of

International Tendency of Soft Furnishing - Home Decorationism  
International Tendency of Soft Furnishing - Home Decorationism  

ISBN: 978-7-5537-2948-0

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