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In the living room of a Rome home designed by Axel Vervoordt, an antique Italian mirror hangs above the slipcovered Vervoordt sofa, and a bronze Thai Buddha torso is displayed on a sculptor’s pedestal. The armchair at right is Louis XIII.
Bookending the pool of a cliffside Mexican villa are Henry Hall Designs chaise longues with striped cushions in a Perennials fabric.
I like this because the concrete and glass remind me of factory/warehouse conversions and I love the fact that an entire door opens to the outside. I like that the outside is completely private, and yet lets so much light in because it's open above. The fixtures are very appropriate for the factory/warehouse feel. It brings the outside in.