Friday, March 11, 2011

The Art Of Arranging

By Barbara Thornburg


What distinguishes Walter Herrington's Pasadena home is not so much the 1950s architecture, which is quite lovely, nor the vista of the arroyo, though that's beautiful too. What sets the dwelling apart is his graphic treatment of walls and objects -- not surprising given that his business, the <a href="">Tulino Design Group</a> of Hollywood, is a design packager for the home products industry, with clients such as Bed Bath & Beyond, Lamps Plus and Nambé. Herrington, a graduate of the Chouinard Art Institute, surrounds himself with artful compositions, including the abstract design he painted on the master bedroom wall. The bed and wooden stool are by <a href="">Christian Liaigre</a>, the floor lamp is an <a href="">Isamu Noguchi</a> design, and the pottery is by <a href="">Oly</a>.

The Beautiful 1950's home of designer Walter Herrington. Beautiful, tasteful and tranquil. More pictures in the LA Times (Here)

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I love the wood, I love the wall with black renderings, I love the white bedding, it all works together so beautifully...