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“Books are the quietest and most constant of friends; they are the most accessible and wisest of counselors, and the most patient of teachers.” ~ Charles W. Eliot
Wishing you a lovely weekend!
Hallberg & Wisely
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Posted in lauren gold, nate berkus on September 6, 2011 |
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The July-August issue of Lonny Magazine is jam packed with great design! Hope you’ve had a chance to explore its inspiring articles and photos! I featured one of my favorite spreads last week, the ultra stylish Hollywood Hills home of designer Adam Bram Straus…I’m still swooning over his masculine mix of art and vintage furnishings! Today, I thought I would feature my other favorite find from this issue, the Chicago apartment of Lauren Gold, design director for Nate Berkus Associates…what I love most about her home is that she allowed it to evolve over time…she thoughtfully mixed mid-century antiques with her own whimsical collections while staying true to her signature look ~ Belgian linen, sisal and splashes of citrus…I’m especially fond of the dining room ~ a Coco Chanel inspired gold wheat table paired with Louis XVI dining chairs upholstered in black leather…the high contrast of the dining chairs plays beautifully with the black shelving in the bookcase…elegant, fresh, and fabulous! I hope you enjoy this ultra chic home!
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“I took my time…I never rushed into anything. I only purchased the pieces I loved.” ~ Lauren Gold
photos and resources from Lonny Magazine
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