Interior designer and shop owner Isabelle Dahlin drew design influences from around the world for her welcoming California retreat.
Isabelle Dahlin calls her style easy eclecticism. It’s a look inspired by her life: the simplicity and clean lines she grew up with in Sweden, the textures and patterns she’s encountered on trips throughout Europe and Morocco, and the attention to light she appreciates in the California region she now calls home. This mix defines Isabelle’s Los Angeles home furnishings boutique, deKor, and is reflected in the 680-squarefoot second home she shares with her husband, Brandon Boudet, 90 miles north in Ojai. Here, lively patterns against a white backdrop create a space that’s both laid back and inviting. “I wanted the entire home to feel like a casual, warm place that you never want to leave,” she says.
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