“Start small” is advice we hear in many facets of life, and when decorating your home, it’s certainly a sensible game plan—especially since design projects tend to grow as you pick up speed. When Paul and Aly Pernecky hired Los Angeles-based Burnham Design to renovate their Pasadena, Calif. family home, “They knew they wanted to change their kitchen and update on basement, but at that point, that’s kind of all they wanted,” founder Betsy Burnham tells us.
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The Urban Electric Co. Globus Pendant (price upon request)
Wisteria Chevron Mirror ($379)
Phillip Jeffries Seagrass Grasscloth Wallpaper (price upon request)
RO Gallery Red Line 1 by Larry Zox ($800)
Williams-Sonoma Home Hapao Oversized Square Tray ($175)
Derek Marshall Bamboo Wall Sconce (price upon request)
The Urban Electric Co. Carlyn Double Pendant (price upon request)
Restoration Hardware 1950s Oak Tractor Seat Barstool ($159)
Floral styling by C.J. Sandgren
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