8 kemper Midcentury Home Design Photos

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be used when the fire is on, which is less than 1 percent of the time,” Kemper says. “When it’s a zero level, you can put a bar over it during a party
be used when the fire is on, which is less than 1 percent of the time,” Kemper says. “When it’s a zero level, you can put a bar over it during a party
“Coping” — clockwirk
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Hawkes and Kemper call the addition “the love shack.”
Hawkes and Kemper call the addition “the love shack.” Zack king bed in grey: Casabianca; A-832 accent chairs: Blueprint; rug: Alonso, Joss & Main;
“lovebed” — Andriy Koropetskyy
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floating island required an extensive custom welded steel framework. Hawkes and Kemper believed this and the unique globe range hood were important to making the
“colors” — emfinn
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signed a separate contract to buy all the furnishings just the way Hawkes and Kemper had arranged them. Sofa: Nova Steel Linen, Sackville; chair: Xert Modular
“The fireplace” — jspeer4440
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AFTER: Hawkes and Kemper revealed the door again to make a connection to the new outdoor dining area.
“Cement and rocks patio” — brister
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Hawkes and Kemper kept the dining area small to maintain a more open and airy layout. Large
push this effect. “We wanted to exaggerate the light in the house,” says Kemper. Table: Wetherby, Zuo Modern; chairs: Criss Cross in black, Zuo Modern
Hawkes and Kemper kept the dining area small to maintain a more open and airy layout. Large 24- by 24-inch ceramic tiles with a mix of high-gloss and matte
push this effect. “We wanted to exaggerate the light in the house,” says Kemper. Table: Wetherby, Zuo Modern; chairs: Criss Cross in black, Zuo Modern
“white & greys, note R'hood.” — Kitchen Architecture Ltd
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is always to make these homes fit into the Palm Springs lifestyle,” adds Kemper. “So when you’re walking into the property, it’s like you’re walking into
is always to make these homes fit into the Palm Springs lifestyle,” adds Kemper. “So when you’re walking into the property, it’s like you’re walking into
“Midcentury” — igloogirl1998
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Photos by Patrick KetchumAFTER: Kemper and Hawkes preserved the facade, including the “sun flap,” a common element used in the 1960s to keep sunshine from
insulation and a new roof. “It was a big preservation effort on our part,” says Kemper. “There was some unusual architecture, and we were afraid someone would
“driveway!” — fldeb
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