Designer Kim Alexandriuk applied her love of modernity to help a longtime client reimagine her traditional stone house in Bel Air. Circa-1950 Murano glass lamps and 1930s Italian tables, all from Downtown, flank a custom-made bed in a daughter's room. The custom-made sofa is covered in an Elitis fabric, the curtains are of a linen by Christopher Farr, the walls are painted in Farrow & Ball's Clunch, and the ceiling is in the company's Pitch Blue.
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The issue of Lonny is live. My favorite was the fun and funky home created by Lisa Sherry for a young family in Minneapolis, MN. This home is a wonderful mix of whimsy and crazy creative accessories. I love it! take a peek at her portfolio here