"Kimball integrated elements from my childhood giving them new life, and mixed in unique mid-century modern pieces to make the house as quirky and colorful as I am. When my niece first visited, she cooed 'It feels so cozy here.' My house now feels like a 'real' home where I can create a lifetime of memories with my family and friends. Now that is success!" -Tony L.
Vintage furniture from the 1950's and 1960's fill this Palo Alto bungalow with character and sentimental charm. Mixing furniture from the homeowner's childhood alongside mid-century modern treasures create an interior where every piece has a history.
Collectible pieces include an Adrian Pearsall rocker upholstered in a Bargello flame stitch, George Nelson sling loveseat, and a Broyhill Brasilia dresser that reminds the homeowner of his dear old dad.