Designer Holly A. Kopman had first worked with her client ⁠— a friend of hers ⁠— in 2010. When the client’s home in Mill Valley, California was due for another update, she turned to Kopman to help her show off an extensive collection of contemporary art that included artists like Louise Bourgeois, Anne Weber, and Todd Hido. To spotlight the artworks without overwhelming them, the designer carefully selected luxurious wallcoverings and rugs in natural hues, and channeled her curator’s eyes into creating sculpturesque vignettes that mixed the client’s art collection with custom furnishings, transforming each corner of the house into its own immersive gallery. Discover the home here.

  • White staircase with framed photographs and paintings

    The size and scale of the client's art collection is visible right from the entryway. On the staircase wall, the graphite drawing is by Colombian artist Gonzalo Fuenmayor; other artists featured include Anne Weber and Barbara Vaughn, both American. The armoire is from Ironies. 


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December 6, 2019

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