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simply color: jen altman

by Lauren

Jen Altman’s home is such a lovely mix of traditional and contemporary. A chandelier over an antique dining-room table that is surrounded by Emeco and Kartell Ghost chairs is something I would never think of, but wow, it really works! The photography around her house is breathtaking, and even these photos of Jen’s home are stunning and full of warmth and light. Be sure to check out the rest of her house in the original sneak peek. — Lauren

A. Meadow Wind (Valspar), PMS 7486; B. Midnight Sky (Behr), PMS 2768; C. Morning Breeze (Behr), PMS 2707; D. Almond Willow (Behr), PMS 691; E. Baked Bahama (Valspar), PMS 703

1. Jen Altman Photographs, prices vary; 2. Sailor Stripe Pillow, $56; 3. Celine Grand Chandelier, $2,349; 4. Tan-Tan Rug, $998; 5. Emeco Navy Chair, $440; 6. Kartell Louis Ghost Chair by Philippe Starck, $410; 7. Frame, $25

*PS: A big congratulations to Lauren on her new column for Lucky magazine! You can check it out in the February issue, on stands now (with Heidi Klum on the cover). xo, grace

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