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The ladder in this multipurpose room was salvaged from an old school in London.
Sofa and rug: flea market; pillows: World Market; chandelier: original to the home
The towering windows and classic features of this room evoke a sense of grandeur yet feel welcoming. The warm hues mixed with thrifted antique decor invite guests to grab a book from the shelf and curl up by the fire.
The sliding wood doors, original to the home, allow the family to section off the two rooms when needed. Lock says, "It's great when we are entertaining and the kids want to watch television; we can have the adults in one room and the children in the other."
Lock designed the sofas in this room and had them constructed in San Francisco. They were designed to fit a lot of people, with large arms that provide a flat surface to eat a meal or enjoy a glass of wine.
The coffee table is a repurposed dining room table from an antiques store in Soquel, California. The wooden inlay on the surface is the signature style of the table's designer.
Arco floor lamp: personal from London; zigzag pillows: Urban Outfitters
Because her home is a historical site, Lock made few architectural alterations, except in the kitchen. The center room divider was originally a solid wall separating the dining room and kitchen, a traditional setup in Victorian architecture. But for Lock, it was important to turn this part of the home into a modern social area by joining the two rooms.
Providing simplicity and durability, the wooden floors throughout the home are stained black.
Kitchen table: Arteak; Verner Panton S Chairs: Plush Modern
The master bedroom's soft color palette, floral accents and warm sunlight give the space a sense of enchantment. "My bedroom is my sanctuary," says Lock.
The majority of this room's decor was thrifted from various places, including her bed frame and floral rug, which are flea market treasures.
Wall paint: Amaryllis, Benjamin Moore
Lock originally purchased this ripped photo at a garage sale because she wanted the frame. But she fell in love with the emotion the photograph portrays and kept it. The chair is also a garage sale find.