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Midcentury Modern Pool House with Touches of Exotica

Mon, Jun 14, 2010 | Home design, Swimming pool designs | By Mike
 
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Chappaqua Pool House is designed by LA/NY-based studio From the Desk of Lola somewhere in Westchester County. It’s design is a good example of how could be mixed midcentury modern style with touches of exotica in order to create very comfy yet glamorous interiors. Midcentury modern elements include: butterfly chairs, graphic striped fabrics, Vola faucets and some others. The touches of exotica are provided by Moroccan leather poufs, lanterns, and rugs. The pool house’s interior also features high beamed ceilings and a lot of rough stone and wood on walls and these ceilings. { From the Desk of Lola }

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  1. Torie Says:

    What a lovely retreat! The colors and shapes seem to flow seamlessly together! Favorite touches are the large window seat, dressing room, and lanterns in the fireplace.

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