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make it yours: kate schintzius

by Lauren

Kate Schintzius, associate designer for M.Design Interiors, resides in this West Hollywood apartment. She went for a “Palm Beach in the 70s” vibe, and it’s pretty incredible! The furnishings are vintage, thrift, eBay and Craigslist finds.

Kate’s kitchen remains 1930s original: crisp, clean and classic with its red stripe and white tiles. The retro fabric adds color and personality and matches her collection of Le Creuset cookware. In the dining room, Kate went with a bold navy color for the wall, and she brightens up the room with pink curtains and a playful rug. The rest of her apartment is equally fun — so many beautiful patterns and colors! Click here to see the original sneak peak. — Lauren

Palette 1 (Kitchen)
A. Arroyo Red (Benjamin Moore), PMS 181; B. Scarlet Sun (Valspar), PMS 172; C. Monarch Wing (Valspar), PMS 137; D. Tangy (Valspar), PMS 108; E. Sweet Sand (Valspar), PMS 705

Roundup 1 (Kitchen)
1. Signe Rug, $4; 2. Le Creuset Cocotte, $170; 3. Thick Linen Towel, $16; 4. Le Creuset Tea Kettle, $75; 5. Tourne Serving Bowl, $55; 6. Orla Kiely Apron, $65; 7. No Plastic Bottles, $30

Palette 2 (Dining Room)
A. Delicate Petal (Pratt & Lambert), PMS 2563; B. *Actual Wall Color: H03950 (Fine Paints of Europe), PMS 661;  C. Damson Orange (Pratt & Lambert), PMS 162; D. Fresh Scent Green (Benjamin Moore), PMS 361; E. Lemon Tart (Behr), PMS 107

Roundup 2 (Dining Room)
1. Ana Ticking Rug, $30+; 2. White Taper Candles, $7; 3. Antiqued Giraffe Taper, $38; 4. Pink Anthurium Bushes, $47; 5. White Daisy Shot Glasses, $20

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