Pieterhaus | Palm Springs

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This 1960’s Hugh Kaptur ranch house was in quite a state of disrepair when it was purchased as a foreclosure.  It had been “remuddled” several times, featuring electrical wiring run on the outside of walls, awkward closets added in every room, and poor design choices highlighted throughout. It was stripped of all finishes and some minor layout work was implemented.  It was restored to its mid-century glory with modern, but period-appropriate, finishes and materials. Furnishings are a mix of vintage and new, mostly sourced from eBay and local Palm Springs vintage boutiques. Its intended use as a vacation  home provided some extra latitude for whimsy and use of color. The original architect came to view the home at the end of the project and was highly complimentary. (phew!)

 

Photos: Dan Chavkin