Saturday, June 9, 2012

House Tour: Palm Springs Glam

Check out this glamorous mid-century modern house tour in Palm Springs!

A Palm Springs house that is "clean, sexy, modern, and glamorous" as described by it's owner, fashion designer David Meister (& shared with his partner movie producer Alan Siegel) who refers to it as “a little 1980s coke-whore fabulousness" in reference to the chrome, white tile, & black leather.

The couple purchased this mid-century modern classic five years ago and hired interior designer Timothy Guetzlaff to help with the renovation.

The couple are also art collectors and thought the track lighting left by the previous owners would be great for lighting their art collection. The "Heaven" neon sign is a piece they purchased at an Art of Elysium gala and love it so much, it's the first thing they turn on when they walk in the door.

A collection of art and fashion books adorn this glam mirrored table.

The master bedroom is a monochromatic mix of black, white, and grays.

Even art on the the exterior: Interior Designer Timothy Guetzlaff was inspired by a visit to the home of famed architect Luis Barragán to create this entryway display. “Barragán had old mill wheels hung on a wall, and I just loved the look,” he says. He had his clients visit a local car shop to pick out their favorite hubcaps!

Images and photo credits via CA Home + Design.

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