living room with two cream settes and stone fireplace

Historic Bungalow Interior Renovation

Living on a Grand Scale in a Small Space

Design No. 532

The interior design for this 1920’s bungalow proves that you don’t have to sacrifice luxury in a small space.  Carefully chosen details contribute to an environment that appears to have been cultivated over time.   From handblown glass pendant lighting in the kitchen to textured burlap-covered walls in the den and cabinet hardware that gleams like diamond rings, there are touches everywhere that add sophistication.  Furniture is kept soft, comfortable and discreet to allow the overall rooms to shine.  The result is a home that stays both true to its vintage character as well as updated for new millennium living.

PHOTOGRAPHY © JERRY KALYNIUK

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