Alison Kandler is is not one to shy away from color!
“As an interior designer and decorator, I enjoy creating beautiful rooms that are also comfortable. Most of my work is inspired by traditional architecture and interior design from the 1920’s and 1930’s,” says Alison.
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The front door color hints at what’s in store inside
White cabinets ground a riot of color from floor to stove to the cherry on top red island.
Who says the cook has to stare at a tiled backsplash when they can gaze outside.
A built in banquette shows off colorful pillows.
Man’s best friend wasn’t neglected in this design.
Again, lots of white paint and a neutral rug ground all the color.
Old wood beams and a huge chandelier add texture to this sun soaked room.
Vintage still lives and portraits combine to create a very unique gallery wall.
Even the kids room has tons of vintage personality.
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Photography: David Tsay and Mark Lohman