Modern Swedish Style

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Larson created a single open space from the former living and dining rooms and moved the to one end (between a pair of Lack bookcases); he brightened things up further by painting the floors. Furniture includes a reproduction Jean-Michel Frank sofa, a mid-century table from Torrie’s father and a steel tube chair (a gift from a client).
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In the dining room, Parachute table is surrounded by a collection of antique Hitchcock chairs.
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In the kitchen, an adjustable Achille Castiglioni Leonardo table from the meets a yoke-yellow Egg chair and Ädel cabinets.
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The room also features Hendriksdal bar stools and a Värde island (with a custom Corian counter) from .
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The Larsons dressed up their Min bed from with a Josef Frank fabric for Svenskt Tenn through Brunschwig et Fils; the Robin bedside chests are also from .
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Six-year-old August Larson pitches in with the chores at the family’s summer home. His dad opened up the kitchen to a large deck and forest views with a wall of glass windows and . Powder-coated aluminum furniture is from ’s Carmel collection.
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Augie with his parents, Torrie and Douglas Larson, on the old home’s newly upgraded porch, which was deepened and enhanced with fluted .
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This article was featured in the July/August 2009 issue.

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