When interior designer Simran Winkelstern met GoodSkin founder Lisa Goodman, it was kismet. “Initially, she gave me three words: French, Californian, and masculine. I took those and ran with them,” says Winkelstern about the look her client wanted for her 1920s bungalow in Venice Beach, California. “Her ideas manifested in the color palette and simple forms. Luckily for us both, the specific point of view aligned with my own.” To hear about how she achieved a balance of style and function, AD PRO spoke to Winkelstern about everything from door handles to wall construction.
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