Having beforehand labored with Los Angeles-based inside design agency Bells + Whistles, Jillian and Tim enlisted them once more to renovate a house in Rancho Mirage, California, close to Palm Springs. The unique home was in-built 1957 by iconic architect Donald Wexler as a part of Thunderbird North, a neighborhood of 10 properties designed by famous Palm Springs architects William Cody, Donald Wexler and Richard Harrison. The renovated residence, named Marrow Midcentury, spans 3,380 sq. toes, all of which had been remodeled by Bells + Whistles with “injections of vivid coloration, hypnotic sample, and desert magic – creating the quintessential California getaway home.”
The inside is dream-worthy with shiny areas that includes principally white surfaces that turn into the backdrop for the curated mixture of classic, new and customized items of furnishings and furnishings. A customized, coral velvet coated couch by Modshop floats on a white shag rug with two classic Jay-mar chairs rounding out the seating space.
Simply as eye-catching as the lounge, the eating room has a colourful rug made out of FLOR carpet tiles with a large eating desk customized made by Modshop, who additionally made the pink chairs.
The principle bed room has a chilled impartial coloration palette grounded by a Sarah Sherman Samuel rug from Lulu & George with arches created by a better pile. A Room & Board cover mattress and Crate and Barrel chairs make daring statements in white, whereas a travertine and wooden espresso desk from Anthropologie provides heat.
And if the inside isn’t Instagram-worthy sufficient, take a look at the geometric pool painted by Alex Proba!
Along with native crops, the entryway has a disco ball reflecting gentle throughout the atrium partitions.
Pictures by Madeline Tolle.