We’ve long been fans of the work of English interior designer (and former Domino editor) . And in the Pinterest sea of California-eclectic and glam-rock homes, her distinctly British taste always stands out for its authenticity and charm. That said, we’d pause to ogle any project of hers, but the latest, in Mill Valley, California, caught our attention for two reasons. One, it’s the home of founders Mark and Blythe Harris, a power duo of entrepreneurs we greatly admire. And two, it’s a former 19th-century YWCA summer camp that had been abandoned—and which Konig and the Harris family transformed into one of the most darling, smile-inducing homes we’ve seen in ages. Scroll on for a tour of the home, which is featured in the latest issue of , and tell us what you think.
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