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NATASHA BARADARAN NATASHA BARADARAN INTERIOR DESIGN L.A. T he primary bedroom is designed in serene blues and dusty pinks in Natasha Baradaran Textiles. Fuller architectural panels on ceiling, Natasha Baradaran. Custom resin coffee table from Allan Knight & Associates. Joseph Havel sculpture High Fires Will Help, 2009, from C2 Art Advisors. Virtuoso sateen sheets, shams, and duvet; Hamilton coverlet in ice blue; all from Peacock Alley. Round alpaca rug at sofa, The Rug Company. Fisher Weisman Midas two-tier chandelier with crystals through Holland & Sherry. Tailored pleat drapery in Natasha Baradaran Lana and hardware from The Shade Store. Rooms Studio Miami floor lamp, Garde, Dallas. HUMA SULAIMAN HUMA SULAIMAN DESIGN LAGUNA BEACH T he arched ceiling and over-scaled window overlooking the greenery started the narrative for this intimate bath. Fixtures and fittings are by Kohler. Plastered walls and Peralto creamy marble impart calmness, while the Verde Levanto marble adds glamour. His closet is inspired by a guest room in the enigmatic El Fenn hotel in Marrakech — dark, moody with a saffron- colored custom rug designed by Huma Sulaiman Design. Artwork: from Markowicz Fine Art. Chandeliers and wall sconces, Neptune Glassworks. Furniture, accessories, Scott + Cooner. Custom area rugs from The Rug Company. Vanity mirrors Arteriors Home. Drapery hardware and Lincoln track in black from The Shade Store. The closet is Preston Collection in midnight and alligator noir from The Container Store. PHOTOGRAPHY JOE KRAMM PHOTOGRAPHY PÄR BENGTSSON For additional resources, see pages 102 and 104 84

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