This Palm Springs home was built in 1957 by renowned architect Donald Wexler and has even been recognized as a monument of modernism. But even such masterpieces become obsolete over time and require a more modern and comfortable environment. Designers from the Bells + Whistles studio not only breathed new life into the house, but made it unique. For example, the pool bottom was designed as an homage to the work of David Hockney, similar patterns and colors can be found in all other rooms. Yellow, pink, green, blue is a real explosion of color that goes well with all California interiors. There was a place here for even a larger disco ball – it really nicely emphasizes the mood of the house!
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Fab, funky, fancy.