Alden Miller of Alden Miller Interiors renovated a family house, originally built in 1979, into a highly functional, contemporary residence nostalgic for earth tones and eclectic shapes. Growing up in the 1970s, the client spent her childhood in California and Hawaii, and she wanted the design to reflect the retro style, casual glamour, and coastal sensibility of those contexts. Alden Miller updated the structure’s arches to imitate a 70s-inspired shape more consistent with the overall aesthetic. She and her team matched soft and sharp lines and patterns in everything from steel window panels to hexagonal tile to wallpaper, and more, crafting an interior environment that finds joy in the colors and materials of bohemian-era America, and grounds itself in the restraint of modern minimalism. Read on for images and details of the redesign.
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