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InStyle Magazine Article
April 2006

The Williams-Paisley home was in need of a substantial renovation. Before they acquired the property, Kim invited me to the site and asked my advice on whether I felt this house could be transformed to reflect its 1928 heritage. It had gone through many changes and was poorly remodeled. However, I saw a way to unify the whole and bring back its original character, while improving on the floor plan.

The resulting home embodies the spirit and integrity of its early American Bungalow roots, complimented by richly colored, textured and eclectic interior furnishings and lighting. After reconstruction, Kim was moved to tears at the unveiling.

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