Monday, February 12, 2018

A designer's beautifully layered and sophisticated California bungalow!

This 1,800-square-foot Arts and Crafts bungalow in Oakland, California gets an update from interior designer Patrick Printy every few years. Using his home that he shares with his partner, Dan Holland as an ever-evolving design laboratory, his current home is a wonderful mix of taupes, blues and greens. Intrigued? Let's check it out!

Photo credit: Björn Wallander

With a soothing palette, a great mix of men's suiting fabrics and patterns ranging from plaids to stripes, this home exudes style, an air of elegance and sophistication. Beautifully layered with warm textures and expertly blended textiles, this abode feels fresh, airy and inviting. Are you drawn to this gorgeous tour as much as I do? I would love to know your thoughts!

1 comment:

  1. Happy Monday Jessie,
    Patrick's "lab" is awesome. How much fun to have your own home available to play with your design inspirations.
    love the lighting and the art work.
    All the blues are growing on me. I'm still a black, white and gold girl, but I have to admit I'm loving the blue.


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