Monday, January 14, 2008

L.A. Green Designer - Deana Bracken

I first saw Deana Bracken's home on the HGTV program Small Space, Big Style. I really loved the way she mixed her vintage pieces together to create a unique look. Deana focuses on green design. Below are a photos of her fabulous home in L.A. Her home is an 800 sq. ft. bungalow.

I've seen two versions of her living room.
This lovely wallpaper and molding that
frames her photo and the below.

I really love how the painting really pops
off of the green wall in this version of her
living room.

View from the living room
looking toward her dining room.

Gorgeous vintage furniture finds.

Deana's small kitchen -
very efficient use of space.

Her bedroom again uses bold color and
mirrors to give the space a larger feel.
Again in her she mixes many vintage pieces.

Deana did stencils on her hallway wall
along with this beautiful setting which is
sure to stop visitors in their tracks.

Organic Glamourama Pillows at $90 each
featuring sensational organic fabric from
Mod Green Pod. You can find more of Deana's
products at her website Green With Glamour.

You can read more about Deana at this interview on Eco-Chick's blog. Deana has since moved from this bungalow and I look forward to seeing what she does with her new place in addition to her other projects!


Villa Anna said...

Karen, Deana is fabulous! Thank you for the introduction :)

That first pic of her living room made my mouth drop. I LOVE how she framed the wallpaper like that giving the wall such an incredible layered effect, and you know I WANT THAT COUCH! hehe.

I'm completely inspired!

Anna :)

All Things Bright and Beautiful... said...

I'm all for the aqua dining chairs and the wall stenciling!! YUM!!!

Beautiful post as always :-) :-)

flow said...

I love that show!!! :)

M&Co said...

The green walls are stunning! So unusual, but se really makes it work perfectly!

maison21 said...

how funny- i sold her the lamp in the 4th picture on the left hand side.

small world.

Mike said...

The pillow cases. Those are nice to put it mildewy.