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This classic mid-century modern master bedroom is designed with neutral tones of blacks & whites highlighted by an exciting pop of bold red. The iconic Bertoia Diamond chair (by Knoll) is much like a piece of modern sculpture.
Popularized in Denmark from the 1940s-1970s, Danish modern furniture design was a collaboration between the principles of modern architecture and the high-quality cabinetmaking for which the Danes were known.
These homeowners wanted a décor makeover to refresh the look of their bed and nightstand grouping which had become outdated. Simple and elegant gray and white Italian Carrara marble-base lamps shine on top of each nightstand.
Sophistication, warmth and elegance describe this transformed guest room. The modernist artwork on the wall was the inspiration piece for the color palette and design elements.
In 1992 Claire and her husband custom built their “dream” home in West Plano. It was a labor of love and a lot of fun. They worked with an architect to conceptualize a California contemporary design.
Although traditional architecture, the homeowners integrated a modernist flair throughout the home according to their style preference and it sold for top dollar very quickly.
From fresh neutral gray paint, new travertine floor tile, a master bath update as well as suitable accessories selections, Claire was consulted since she is regarded as a mid-century modern expert.
This renovated home went from a traditional closed floor plan to an open and modern feel. This investor takes down walls to create blended living spaces to utilize clean lines with a simple décor.