Interior Design

After her husband passed away, Penelope Draganic and her son, Sam (age 16), and daughter, Vivi (9), moved from their larger home to a three-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bath bungalow in Belvedere, a scenic community in Marin County, California, by the water, just north of San Francisco. Draganicwanted their new home to feel like a cozy nest where the family could create new memories while incorporating older sentimental pieces. 

While the home had lots of potential, Draganic thought it needed some updates. “Before, the house had a Tuscan feel to it, with Venetian plaster on the walls,” she recalls. “I wanted it to be more my style, with clean lines and beachy colors done in an elegant way.”

She and designer Eugenia Jesberg paid special attention to the living room, the first space people see when they enter the home. Wanting the room to set the tone for the house, 
they used a fresh, light color palette with blue and green accents that reflect the shimmering lagoon just outside the windows. 


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