A TRANSFORMED MIDCENTURY BUNGALOW

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A dark 1940s bungalow in the state of New York was transformed into into a modern and bright, 2,100-square-foot house with generous windows. But a very modern looking house can feel cold so owner Sloane Klevin asked British interior designer to “make it warm’. Selina softened the monotone color palette of white, black and brown with colorful Turkish kilim rugs, which add character and warmth to the various spaces. Also some ‘country-industrial’ elements such as sliding barn doors, hand-forged iron hardware and barn lights were incorporated into the interior. Similar vintage kilim rugs can be found here.

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Source: New York Times.

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8 Responses to A TRANSFORMED MIDCENTURY BUNGALOW

  1. what a stunning bungalow ! Love the leather chair, looks super nice to chill in all day long 🙂 X Helen

  2. The earth tones and the chalk wall do so much for the house. It’s an amazing transformation.

  3. Oh, chalboard wall!

  4. A beautiful home, superbly styled. I love the entrance, the chair, rug and mirror make it so inviting and you instantly feel at home when the front door opens. Gorgeous :O)

  5. I love all the furniture !!!!

  6. That chalkboard wall is amazing! Great ideas and inspo!

  7. Love this home! Think the white walls floors are the perfect backdrop for great furniture finds. One thing especially grabbed my attention, the color of the kitchen countertops. I am planning a white cottage kitchen and would love to know the brand of countertop material used and the color, if you don’t mind sharing.

  8. Just amazing. Everything suits so well.

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