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sneak peek: jill crawford {update}

by anne

a couple weeks ago the sneak peek into interior and graphic artist jill crawford‘s c.1956 LA home was a huge hit. we were so excited to post it, that we completely forgot that jill was going to send over some more images. so today is deeper look into the place jill and her husband have called home for the past five years. they bought the house from the original owners, but did a lot of work inside to take advantage of the views outdoors – every room now has 1 or 2 pairs of aluminum and glass french doors opening to the outside. the result is a clean, warm, modern look, with a bit of 5-star hotel design creeping into the bedroom and bathroom. jill’s work with murals (many which take scale out of whack from the norm) started as a way to deal with short term rentals and without a big budget. her favorite to date is the yellow one in the living room – between the colors and the natural light, it’s such a happy room. don’t forget to check out jill’s first sneak peek here, and once again, you can find more of her work on her website. [thanks again, jill!]anne






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