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What can you create in six weeks? For the team at SFA Design, the answer is simple: a serene escape tucked into the hills and shielded from the bustle of LA by curtains of foliage (greenery?). That very same lush landscape and the client’s preference for neutral tones and grays would set the tone for the elegant blending of the great outdoors and the coziness of home. Knowing the home would be used as a getaway, the designers blurred the line between indoors and outdoors. When approaching the house, the first glimpse you get is of the cabana and outdoor lounge spaces. Once, it was an abandoned structure, longing to relive its glory days of use. Outdoor textiles froma Chella, teak sofas and pendant lighting from Restoration Hardware, and an outdoor rug and pillows from Ballard Designs allowed it to shine as a cozy outdoor second family room.

Toujours Mag Issue 005  

Summer issue featuring entertaining advice by Lulu Powers, design from Emily Ruddo, art by Sasha Sullivan, interios from M Design and SFA De...