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PaperCity Houston April 2022

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it's where we spend most of our time," she says. The mid-20th- century nesting coffee tables — another vintage find that Young had restored — makes for the perfect spot to eat meals in front of the TV. A corner of the den is stocked with guitars and serves as an impromptu spot for Barry's jam sessions with their 19-year-old daughter, who's in an all-girls band. When a client is reluctant to embrace new ideas on a project, sometimes Young will bring them to her office at home, where a 1960s plaster floor lamp from France wears a boldly striped shade and a sofa is upholstered in fabric with black stripes running in different directions. Above it, a large painting by Houston artist Susie Rosmarin dazzles with optical illusions created by repeating patterns and layers of color. "I try to open clients up to new things and show them how something unexpected works — and how patterns can live happily together," Young says. 72

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