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The designer selected and ordered all fabrics and materials in a home-remodel flash — a little over two months. "I did about six months worth of work in 60 days. The entire process was a bit like Extreme Makeover: Home Edition, but it was my home and my design choices," says Rosenfeld.
Splashy Jonathan Adler throw pillows and a green apple martini side table from West Elm happily coexist with vintage chairs clad in vintage Clarence House fabric. Animal prints, traditional fabrics, natural materials and splashy hues in the home office are mixed and layered without a pattern or color note in discord.
Animal print sisal rug: Stark Carpet
Before Rosenfeld's older daughter became a teenager, this preppy pink and green bedroom was her domain. The chairs, beds and wallpaper are all vintage, a "throwback, midcentury Sister Parish design," says Rosenfeld. Once Rosenfeld's older daughter moved into a room that reflected her teen status, the younger daughter moved in from her "teeny bedroom" into this one.
A few pieces like the wallpaper and beds survived the change of hands, but not everything in the room stayed the same. Rosenfeld, along with her younger daughter, made a few changes to reflect and showcase the new inhabitant's personality.
Wallpaper, bedskirt and headboards: Burma Green, Sister Parish Design; wool rug: Wilton Weave, Stark Carpet; twin beds and benches: vintage; desk: West Elm; throws: Lands Down Under; pair of table lamps: custom, vintage Chinese porcelain vases
Rosenfeld, a lover of green, chose Farrow & Ball's Card Room Green for her living room walls. The designer loves unexpected color pairings; here she brings together greens and purple tones with rich drapery that lavishly pools on the floor.
Natural materials like the sisal rug, branches and bamboo shades warm up a luxuriously draped and styled dining room.
In the same way, the grass cloth wallpaper and neutral tones here add a sense of ease to this family room's sitting area and provide a backdrop for the layering of patterns and colors in the decor.