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A red-upholstered banquette turns an unused corner into a reading nook in this Kathryn M. Ireland-decorated home.
Native Californian Barry is inspired by our state's abundance sunlight. Here, a golden-hued living room.
What?s your interior design point of view? Three newly released, lushly photographed books by local decorators give us pointers on how to take our homes to the next level of loveliness--without a pricey retainer.
Patterned Comfort Love prints, lots of color and busy tablescapes? So does Kathryn M. Ireland, whose Timeless Interiors is as much fun as the Million Dollar Decorators star herself. Ireland?s bold choices--such as the red damask wallpaper and gold Baroque headboard in the director Robert Zemeckis?s house--give us license to be gutsier in our own homes.
Hollywood Elegance Dignified glamour is synonymous with Barbara Barry, the West Coast design icon whose first book, Around Beauty, is an upbeat articulation of what she?s learned over 30 years in the biz. Her predilection for sartorial inspiration (for example, a favorite horn bracelet gave her ideas for everything from fabrics to furniture) spurs us to mine our wardrobe for decor ideas.
Beachy Sophistication Santa Monica-based Tim Clarke?s Tower 20 boutique is always fun to browse for rustic inspiration; now there?s Coastal Modern. While studying it, we learned how his seemingly monochromatic rooms actually contain several subtly unique shades of paint, upholstery and flooring, all inspired by the shore. We love that Clarke?s no snob: If he juxtaposes fine materials with a painted Ikea bureau, so can we.
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