Modernism Week with Hunter Douglas

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^^Some serious closet envyIMG_1270IMG_1345

^^I loved all the unique colors, especially the bathroom wallpaperIMG_1282

Modernism Week has quickly become one of the biggest season events in Palm Springs with 10 full days of tours, demos, and of course, swanky soirees with fabulous cocktails.  When Hunter Douglas reached out and invited me to their “Day of Design” event at the new Steel and Glass house I knew there was no way I was going to miss it!

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The Steel and Glass house (also known as Wexler 2) is a modern take on the iconic post and beam style of the 1960s.  The stunning home is built entirely of steel and is the final project of famous architect, Donald Wexler.  The home is a dream with plenty of floor to ceiling windows offering the most incredible views of the Palm Springs mountains and Hunter Douglas Silhouette Clear View window coverings that include PowerView motorization.  Hands down my favorite part of the home is the open indoor/outdoor space which creates a perfect location of parties.

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^^These Hunter Douglas blinds are not only motorized for convenience but they offer a UV filter to keep out those harmful rays.IMG_1276IMG_1281IMG_1290IMG_1291IMG_1293

^^This floating fireplace is a favorite design feature of mine.  Such a perfect way to separate space but still keep that open concept.IMG_1294IMG_1336IMG_1342IMG_1344IMG_1346IMG_1332

After touring the house we enjoyed some time poolside sipping on bubbles and snacking on appetizers.  It was the perfect way to kick off Modernism Week for me…a relaxing and intimate party.

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Thank you so much to Hunter Douglas for having us!

XO, Niki

Caftan: Vintage // Bag: Cult Gaia (similar style HERE under $50) // Sandals: Forever21 Forever21 (a few sizes left but almost identical option HERE) // Sunnies: Kate Spade (old but similar HERE under $20!)

And a special thank you to my friend Nicky at The Fine Art of Design for this stunning caftan!

 

 

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