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While Googling Clare Vivier in search of photos for her new Theory collaboration, we stumbled across the designer's week-old house tour for Apartment Therapy. The designer and her husband opened the doors to their 2,000-square-foot Craftsman, which they've inhabited for 10 years.
Vivier tells Apartment Therapy that she sourced much of her furnishings from flea markets (the Rose Bowl and the Alameda Point Antiques Faire) in addition to West Elm, Nickey Kehoe, Ikea and Mohawk General Store. Given Vivier's penchant for neon we expected to see some bright accents, but the decor is pretty classic and understated. Unfortunately, there are no photos of her closet (an entire room) or her bag collection. Click here for the full tour.
· Clare & Thierry's 1905 Echo Park Craftsman House Tour [Apartment Therapy]
· Shin Adds Threading; Shop Eileen and Clare Vivier on the Move [Racked]