An Acceptable Shade of White

posted on: Wednesday, 18 April 2012

When Emily Summers, a Dallas-based interior designer, and her investor husband, Steve, decided to restore their midcentury modernist-style house they interviewed quite a few architects before choosing Lance O’Donnell, a talented designer who according to Summers is “a true modernist who understands all the great Palm Springs architects”. Among the many changes he proposed, O’Donnell painted the building twice to achieve an "acceptable shade of white—Benjamin Moore’s Silver Satin" and Summers was more than happy with his decision: “I knew the house was going to have white walls and white terrazzo floors and everything in it was going to be light and fresh and crisp”. Read the rest of the article here.


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