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NOW ART CAN COEXIST WITH TECHNOLOGY
The world’s first silent, precision electronic sliding lift
that uses original art to conceal flat screen televisions.
INTRODUCING THE ART LIFT... very cool concept, indeed!
CONCEPTS THAT SIMPLIFY LIFE
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in the master bedroom (above left), the walls are
painted a deep blue-gray. The four-poster bed is
from Williams-Sonoma Home. The modern globe
light fixture was discovered at a California-based
showroom that makes reproductions for movie
sets. Above the bed in the guest room (above
right) is a color study painted by Glickman.
with color. In the master bedroom, the walls
and window trim are painted the same deep
blue-gray for a more modern
look. A 1960s globe light fix-
ture is centered on an original
ceiling medallion. “I love seeing
the 19th-century detail paired with the mid-
century piece,” says Glickman.
The juxtaposition is unexpected and
delightful, as is the artful arrangement Glickman created throughout her transformed