A Mid-Century Wexler Is Transformed With Vibrant Colors and Bold Patterns

Having previously worked with Los Angeles-based interior design firm Bells + Whistles, Jillian and Tim enlisted them again to renovate a home in Rancho Mirage, California, near Palm Springs. The original house was built in 1957 by iconic architect Donald Wexler as part of Thunderbird North, a community of 10 homes designed by noted Palm Springs architects William Cody, Donald Wexler and Richard Harrison. The renovated residence, named Marrow Midcentury, spans 3,380 square feet, all of which were transformed by Bells + Whistles with “injections of vivid color, hypnotic pattern, and desert magic – creating the quintessential California getaway house.”

The interior is dream-worthy with bright spaces featuring mostly white surfaces that become the backdrop for the curated mix of vintage, new and custom pieces of furniture and furnishings. A custom, coral velvet covered sofa by Modshop floats on a white shag rug with two vintage Jay-mar chairs rounding

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