Designer to the Rescue: Chris Barrett Design

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When a client approached Los Angeles designer Chris Barrett about a revamp of his Hancock Park home, he told her that he literally never used the formal dining room. Now thanks to a clever design, custom millwork, and inviting furnishings, it has become a library/lounge that is one of the owner's favorite spaces.


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Designer to the Rescue: Chris Barrett Design

The formerly forlorn and dark dining room has become a much used spot for reading and relaxing. The custom chaise is upholstered in a Kerry Joyce fabric, the rug is by Elizabeth Eakins, the table is from Mecox Gardens, and the pendant light is by Urban Archaeology. Photos: Karyn Millet.

Designer to the Rescue: Chris Barrett Design

The custom millwork is painted in Benjamin Moore's Glacier White, and the sconces are by Circa Lighting.

Designer to the Rescue: Chris Barrett Design

The formal dining room before its transformation.

Designer to the Rescue: Chris Barrett Design

The window seat cushions are covered in a de Le Cuona linen, and the artwork is by Nancy Monk.

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