Designer Jane Hallworth has breathed new life into a 1950s West Hollywood home. It all started with the fact that the owners just wanted to find carpet for the stairs to make it easier for their adult dog to climb to the second floor. But the replacement of carpets led to the alteration of the entire first floor. The owners of the house have a rich and interesting collection of paintings and objects, and according to the designer, such details needed an appropriate setting. The updated space has acquired character and started to look more expressive: deep shades of olive, gray and brown harmonize with furniture of unusual shapes and bright accents. One of the most daring and brilliant ideas – brass panels on the wall and adjoining fireplace made of marble with a relief pattern. The hallway area, on the other hand, turned out to be light and voluminous due to white walls and windows under the ceiling.
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