Inside Celebrity Homes: Designer Allan Warnick balanced the singer’s strong personality with a feminine design in the Santa Monica apartment.
Allan Warnick says he balanced her “strong personality” with a feminine design in the Santa Monica apartment. Most of the furnishings—including the hand-hooked rugs, the circa 1860 Pennsylvania cabinet and the painted low table in the living room—are from Richard Mulligan Antiques. Fabric on hearth chairs, Ralph Lauren.
Warnick found a late-19th-century carved wood angel in Maine that “softens the contemporary look of the fireplace,” he says. “It was one of the first things we wanted but one of the last things to arrive.” On either side of the living room niche are circa 1880 flower-andivy sconces. By the French windows are a 1920s iron floor lamp, an 1820s whirligig and a chaise upholstered in Manuel Canovas fabric.
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Photographs of Carnie and Wendy Wilson, the other members of the group Wilson Phillips, are framed in her office along with gold and platinum records from their debut album. Notes from her first hit song, “Hold On,” decorate the head of the sleigh bed. The mirror is draped with 1860s lace. On the vanity are silver-framed family photos.
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