This Palmer Krisel designed home is now a mix of both the owners original mid-century furniture along with transitional contemporary furniture and design. Some examples of changes to the home include the lighted cabinetry in the kitchen to add a pop of interest to the room. In the living room, you’ll see the wrap around credenza around the sofa which were both custom ordered for the space. You’ll notice between the den and the living room, we replaced the pony wall with the glass and stainless steel divider. The Knoll table base is a vintage piece in bronze instead of chrome and was originally done for Nordstrom. Also in the master bedroom, we created a dynamic space with the color stencils to keep the feel of the classic mid-century style while keeping the room open and clean.
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