The living room of designer renovated home in Centralia, Washington, has a high-low mix of furnishings, including a daybed by Mies van der Rohe and wood stumps from .
The Colonial Revival house was built in 1935.
faux-wicker chairs surround a 1940s Baker table in the dining room; the French chandelier and English chinoiserie cabinet are antiques, and the floors are oak.
A painting by John Belingheri hangs above a custom-made camel-back sofa; the side table is a design.
In the master bedroom, a pair of chairs flanks an African drum table; the window treatments are white matchstick Roman shades.
The sink, fixtures, and marble basket-weave floor tiles in the bathroom are by .
The floor plan.