Decorating can sometimes feel like a task—especially when you have a house to fill and furniture that your family needs. But when the process comes from a desire to want to treat yourself, that’s when it really gets fun. Interior designer Frances Merrill of Reath Design was recently hired by a client in L.A.’s leafy Windsor Square neighborhood who found herself in that very position. “My client had lived in the house for 13 years, and as her children were getting older, she found that she actually had some time to herself,” Merrill says.
“She wanted to make her bedroom a place where she could spend time and carve out a space for herself, to read a book or just relax.” Scroll to see photos of the space.
Lekker Teak Horizon Nightstand ($700)
Anglepoise Original 1227 Task Light ($285)
Dot & Bo Moroccan Tea Glasses ($34 for six)
Isamu Noguchi Akari Light Sculpture ($650)
Dos Gallos Reclaimed Douglas Fir Console Table (price upon request)
High Fashion Home Avery Sofa ($2099)
EnSoie Sourire Vase ($195)
Casamidy Symi Coffee Table (price upon request)
La Maison D'Alep Recycled Glass "Baladi" Light (price upon request)
1712 North Crescent Heights by Dennis Hopper ($190)
François Halard by François Halard ($56)
Stilnovo The Grasshopper Floor Lamp ($301)
Wisteria Spice of India Stool ($279)
California Design, 1930-1965 by Wendy Kaplan ($41)
Chairish Vintage Brass Candlesticks ($145)
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