I’ve been meaning to share the work of Texan designer Barbara Hill for some time now and with a brand new project just out… what better time for a debut? At 75 years young, Barbara continues to put out impressively cool designs and her latest redesign of a traditional 1920s Mediterranean-style home in Atlanta, Georgia may be her best yet.
Shown: Lindsey Adams Adelman chandelier from Roll & Hill, Eames House Birds, cuckoo clock from Diamantini & Domeniconi, and PK8 chairs from Republic of Fritz Hansen.
Shown: Konstantin Grcic’s Venus chairs for ClassiCon, table by Poliform, and Flos chandelier designed by Marcel Wanders.
Shown: Pieces from the E15’s Shiraz sofa, photo art by Stewart Cohen, and flat paint in Benjamin Moore’s Decorators White (chosen for its chalky look).
Shown: A gold (non-functioning) surveillance camera by artist Camp Bosworth.
Shown: Vintage sofa and chair from Metro Retro in Houston, Bourgie lamp by Kartell, marble end table by Knoll, and Gan kilim rug.
Shown: The always fabulous Slow chair by Vitra.
Shown: Custom bed covered in Maharam’s Intricate 001 Charcoal, side tables from West Elm, and AJ table lamp by Arne Jacobsen for Louis Poulsen.
Shown: Custom pendant lights by Rich Brilliant Willing, kitchen island by Bulthaup, and stools designed by Konstantin Grcic for Magis.
Photos by Gregory Miller via Dwell.