Not too long ago I was catching up on a towering stack of magazine’s that had collected during a particularly time-consuming project, and I found myself in awe of this spread in Architectural Digest, April Issue. At first glance I assumed it was yet another New York Penthouse feature, but to my surprise this particular gem was in Kansas City, Missouri. The high ceilings, wide doorways, and abundance of natural light can be attributed to the beauty of the 1923 Beaux Arts building. The rest of the beauty and splendor, that’s all David Jimenez, vice president of visual merchandising and store design for Hallmark Cards. He could quite obviously be running a very successful design firm, but instead chooses to keep interiors as a hobby. I think he has an amazing eye and ability to layer and mix without creating clutter. Each and every piece of art feels equally important whether in the Living Room or the Dressing Room, and can we talk about the music closet, dare I dream…
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All photos via Architectural Digest