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    Interior Designer Joshua Cain of Saxony Design Build welcomes us inside a 1930s Italian-styled home that he re-designed for his clients in Pasadena, CA. Joshua used earth tones to really capture the Italian casual indoor/outdoor lifestyle. He shows how he infused more architectural character in the house through plastered stenciled medallions, custom furniture, and niches that are accurate to the period and also includes an interesting focal point in the library with a vintage Italian canvas map on the ceiling which pays homage to the homeowner's lineage.

    This episode of Open House was hosted from the Trump Soho at 246 Spring Street, New York, NY. For more information about this property, please call 212-965-0008 or visit the website.

    (Published Monday, Nov 14, 2011)

    This week on Open House, Jamie Herzlinger brings us inside her client's Weston, CT home to show us that modern minimalism can also be luxurious (Watch video below). Next, one homeowner gives us a tour of a modern San Francisco home with spectacular views of the Bay (Watch video below). Then, interior designer Joshua Cain welcomes us inside a 1930s Italian-styled home that he re-designed for his clients in Pasadena, CA (Watch video above). Later, get a inside look at a spacious chicago home fit for a family of seven (Watch video below). Finally, Barbara gives her client's master bedroom a full makeover in just one day (Watch video here).

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    Tour a Redesigned 1930s Home

    [LXTVN] Designer Living: Redesigned Italian Style
    Interior Designer Joshua Cain of Saxony Design Build welcomes us inside a 1930s Italian-styled home that he re-designed for his clients in Pasadena, CA. Joshua used earth tones to really capture the Italian casual indoor/outdoor lifestyle. He shows how he infused more architectural character in the house through plastered stenciled medallions, custom furniture, and niches that are accurate to the period and also includes an interesting focal point in the library with a vintage Italian canvas map on the ceiling which pays homage to the homeowner's lineage.

    This episode of Open House was hosted from the Trump Soho at 246 Spring Street, New York, NY. For more information about this property, please call 212-965-0008 or visit the website.

    (Published Monday, Nov 14, 2011)

    This episode of Open House was hosted from the Trump Soho at 246 Spring Street, New York, NY. For more information about this property, please call 212-965-0008 or visit the website.