A Spanish Style Meets Mid C Home

published Jan 4, 2012
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Designer:Kate Strickland of West Haddon Hall
Location: Los Angeles, California

Kate sent us images and info on a recent project: This Spanish style house with dramatic vaulted ceilings celebrates a delicious mix of styles in the interior, designed by Los Angeles-based firm West Haddon Hall. Filled with original Mid-Century Modern pieces in wood and neutral tones, it is enlivened with vibrant Moroccan rugs and Turkish pillows.

The space boasts chairs by Paul McCobb and Clifford Pascoe as well as an original George Nelson lamp. It’s owner has a very eclectic mix of artwork, including street art, a Tim Burton watercolor, and an original Matisse. The guest room was a particular challenge due to its small size, but we were able to seamlessly mix in a bed from Ikea (!) that offers a private nook for reading or a bed for a guest. Overall a very inspiring space!

MORE INFO: West Haddon Hall

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