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make it yours: judy kaufmann

by Lauren

I’m thrilled to share this week’s Make It Yours because today we’re looking into the home of Chilean illustrator Judy Kaufmann. Judy and her partner, Marc (a French sculptor), live in a modernist-architecture neighborhood in Barcelona. They love classic wood and craft-style objects, most of which they find on the street. Judy and Marc’s home has a very European feel to it; minimalist but also eclectic and artsy. I’m loving the pops of bright color against the white walls, and I also can’t stop admiring their terrace. Can I move in? Click here to see the original sneak peak. — Lauren

Palette 1 (Bedroom)
A. Sand Fossil (Behr), PMS Warm Gray 1; B. Startling Orange (Behr), PMS 1655; C. Lemon Zest (Behr), PMS 3945; D. Envy’s Eyes (Pratt & Lambert), PMS 376; E. Rapids (Valspar), PMS 631

Roundup 1 (Bedroom)
1. Victor Vasarely 1963 Exhibition Screen Print, $250; 2. Cactus Houseplant, $3; 3. Industrial Rolling Side Table, $169; 4. Vintage-Inspired Dentist Lamp, $3,500; 5. Green Tree Print, $25; 6. Vintage Wooden Toy Soldiers, $48

The second roundup continues after the jump . . .

Palette 2 (Terrace)
A. Flint (Pratt & Lambert), PMS 417; B. Envy’s Eyes (Pratt & Lambert), PMS 376; C. Sweet Rhapsody (Behr), PMS 304; D. Red Hot (Behr), PMS 172; E. Mandarin Mousse (Benjamin Moore), PMS 148

Roundup 2 (Terrace)
1. Blue Horse Print, $35; 2. Cracked Glaze Pot, $24; 3. Hanging Flower Pot Four Horns, $93; 4. Seed Bombs, $6; 5. Antique Iron Folding Chair, $750; 6. Tapered Watering Can, $34; 7. Oval Hurricane, $18; 8. Ivory Flower Pot, $17

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