St. Helena's living area after the Good Works Makeover

Credits: photographs by Michel Arnaud

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New furnishings are equal parts comfort and quirk, grouped into two hipster living sections: In an area that was once an altar, a lounge is anchored by two Hold Everything sofas and a pair of chairs covered with soft neoprene cord; to the side of that, two lacquered chairs frame a sideboard.

The new living-room design is graphic, comfortable and built on an earthy palette. The girls themselves instituted a no-food-on-the-sofa policy: "People can eat at the table but not on the couch," says resident Ashley Diggs.

Green graphic folding screen from Moxbox; striped pillows from Dransfield & Ross; draperies and other pillows made from Kravet fabric; blinds from Hunter Douglas; "Hairy" Bertoia chairs from DouglasHomer; illuminated side table from Storehouse; carpet tiles from InterfaceFLOR; and Dennis Basso floor pillows from QVC Inc.
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