Photographs by Douglas Friedman, styling by Rebecca Omweg
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No piece in her house draws attention to itself. Instead, there's a sense of overall harmony. The palette is quiet—taupe, whites and sand, with touches of green and aqua in a planter, sofa pillows, and glass bowls. Like her clothing, which emphasizes the cut and quality of fabric—"I dress simply, no sequins, buckles, or bows," she explains—Julie's home is free of flounces and fussy arrangements.
For instance, here Julie and Scott have gathered a number of contemporary art pieces and crafts including a 1920s-era Chinese jade vessel, a Sven Jonsson striped vase and a Japanese iron piece.