Sarah's House: A Mid-Century Home Gets a Stylish Makeover

After a long search for the perfect fixer-upper, interior designer Sarah Richardson found a home that was full of potential. See how she applied her individual style to bring an outdated, back-split bungalow into the 21st century.

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Unexpected Palette

When designing kids' rooms, Sarah always tries to stay away from the conventional. Rather than juvenile prints and pastel colors, Sarah opted for a sophisticated, leaf-print linen for the drapes and a coordinating color palette of muted grays, pale blues and soft browns. A piece of flat trim installed all the way around the room plays up the two-color paint scheme.

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