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the design duos serene hollywood hills living room- i love the neutral palette, antique french oak floors and flemish leather screen in the corner- town and country

their entryway with a giacometti plaster chandelier and 17th century italian table- very simple, very chic!

the eclectic mix of simple forms, rare treasures and exquisite materials

weathered worktable displaying saharan salt tablets- rustic, unique, refined!

juxtaposition of traditional with modern- a perfect combination!

in the kitchen an 18th century refectory table from amy perlin- casual, minimal, comfortable!

adorable son henry in the kitchen – in the backdrop an 18th century italian cupboard filled with alabaster vessels and idols from axel vervoordt

kitchen cabinets constructed out of the same french aged oak as the floors in the living room

master bedroom

18th century italian desk and a 1930′s jean- michael frank director’s chair in the master bedroom

guest room- simple textures and tones!

another view of the guest room

the terrace off the kitchen- the farmhouse table and chairs are from axel vervoordt- natural, rough, refined!

rancho sante fe home featured in veranda

the entry way with french antique limestone flooring and console table with a blue stone base and english 17th century oak top

another view of entry- clean, expansive, dramatic space!

custom limestone table anchors the living room

1970′s giacometti chairs and 18th century italian consoles from amy perlin flank louis xiv limestone chimneypiece- gorgeous!

custom chairs and sofa in loro piana linen- modern clean lines with rustic texture!

in the dining room custom chairs with 16th century english trestle table- simple forms combined with the most exquisite materials!

12-foot-tall george iii mahogany cabinet displaying a collection of 16th century swallow chinese porcelain- breathtaking!

bulthaup stainless steel and aluminum kitchen island

in the family room custom sofas and borge mogensen wooden chairs sitting around a 17th century coffee table from axel vervoordt – love the soft blues!

master bedroom vestibule with an italian 16th century table- simple, minimal, beautiful!

master bedroom- custom bed with antique chest from axel vervoordt- love the loro piana linen and silk draperies!

another view of master bedroom- comfortable, understated, chic!

master bath- rene gabriel chair- clean, serene, neutral space- lovely!

loggia- a mix of custom furniture and outdoor furniture by sutherland and treillage

axel vervoordt table and treillage wicker chairs

alexandra and michael miscynski- power design couple- a must to know!

“POWER COUPLE- Michael and Alexandra Misczynski” - One Comment

  1. this was a favorite! Especially the old world touches. love the rustic look. Great job, mark!

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