Interior Designer: 1940s Home by Angie Hranowsky

angie hranowsky living room daybed
Inviting interiors with layered patterns, pops of modern and a pinch of vintage. This is what comes to mind when I think of  interior designs by Angie Hranowsky of South Carolina. The graphic designer, turned decorator overnight when images of her home graced the pages of Metropolitan Home.  Most recently, a 1940s home decorated by Angie was featured in the May/June issue of Lonny. I live in ranch home built in 1940, so I really enjoyed seeing what she created. Here are just some of the images of the stylishly eclectic, relaxed, yet sophisticated design.

1940s living room eclectic design

{above: the living room with multiple seating areas – it’s inviting and I love that!}

built-in bookcase living room sofa hranowsky

{above: a cozy olive sofa by Lee Industries is tucked between built-in bookcases while wall-mounted scones frame the artwork above}

yellow trellis wallpaper kitchen

{above: yellow trellis wallpaper by Manuel Canovas for Cowtan & Tout covers the walls in the white kitchen}

gray white bathroom 1940s

{above: soft gray accents are added to the all-white bath}

hranowsky coral dining room

{above: in the dining room Angie continues to layer bold colors and patterns}

eva mirrored oly side table bedroom

{above: in the master bedroom Angie places the chic mirrored, Eva side table by Oly by the bed covered in Indian block-print bedding – John Robshaw perhaps?} 

pink orange toile wallpaper girls bedroom

{above & below: these images of the little girl’s bedroom is one of my favorite. Perhaps it’s how the pink and tangerine toile wallcovering brilliantly hides the angles in the ceiling, the pops of black accent in the playful zebra rug and drum shades on the vintage bedside lamps or the repurposed love-seat surrounded by vintage lighting.}

pink orange wallpapered girls bedroom

Angie does an amazing job of making the spaces she designs approachable and comfortable. I loved her advice in Lonny on making every room livable:

designer advice on making a room livable

Also, if you haven’t already, be sure to drop by Lonny to see their latest issue. It’s a treat.
* Photography by Patrick Cline via Lonny Magazine May/June 2011
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2 Responses to Interior Designer: 1940s Home by Angie Hranowsky

  1. Life of Style May 14, 2011 at 8:31 pm #

    Another gorgeous interior by AH, I love all the Madeline Weinrib she uses!

  2. Loft32 May 14, 2011 at 5:20 pm #

    I know Cristin…it's so gorgeous! The yellow trellis wallpaper reminds me of the Quadrille AGA fabric….love it all.