Tuesday, August 2, 2016

Frisco designer experiments with boho décor in own home


I have to say, I was hooked as soon as I spied the boho pompoms in interior designer Alison Damonte’s San Francisco home. She calls it her “design lab,” but all I see is color, pattern and quirky décor having a riotous romp together.

So take a look around already, why dontcha, and let me know in the comments what you think...

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Bruce Damonte

That’s my kind of painting: display shelves that come pre-styled!


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Bruce Damonte

And then there are the actual shelves, styled just as perfectly as their one-dimensional cousin.


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Bruce Damonte

Pompoms make a great room divider, don't you think. Check out the tutorial at the end of last Friday's Weekend Edit post to make your own.


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Bruce Damonte

Notice also the unusual positioning of a mirror below the pass-through to the kitchen. It tricks the eye and makes the room seem at once larger.


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Bruce Damonte

Bold black-and-white stripes march you down a hallway lined with funky art…


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Bruce Damonte

…and quirky coat hooks!


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Bruce Damonte

Final destination: A serene spot to unwind.


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Bruce Damonte

I love the black-and-white art here. It’s almost as if the hallway stripes tired of running the straight and narrow and lapsed into scribble mode, sort of how we all feel at the end of long, hard day.


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