Ike Kligerman Barkley’s Octagonal Salon at the Galerie House of Art and Design.
Photo: Genevieve Garruppo

Video: Tour Ike Kligerman Barkley’s Octagonal Salon at the Galerie House of Art and Design

The whimsical space features graceful latticework and canvas murals inspired by Where the Wild Things Are

It’s impossible to overlook the whimsical salon constructed by the team at architecture and design firm Ike Kligerman Barkley. Inspired by the classic children’s book Where the Wild Things Are, the octagonal room features a woodland mural by Michael Hagen behind graceful latticework by Woodmeister Master Builders. Julie Neill sconces from Visual Comfort and a Kelly Wearstler chandelier from Circa Lighting illuminate the tree in the center, which was sourced by Landscape Details, while the Golden Teak bench features a cushion in Pierre Frey fabric.

Here, watch Tom Kligerman, Mia Jung, Elizabeth Sesser, and Margie Lavender talk about their inspiration.

 

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Cover: Ike Kligerman Barkley’s Octagonal Salon at the Galerie House of Art and Design.
Photo: Genevieve Garruppo

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