Harmonious Convergence

I met Heidi Palmer a few years ago and was immediately impressed by her style.

I was fortunate to be assigned to write the article on her house in Sunset Hill for the April issue of Spaces.

Palmer has decorated her house with a lovely collection of her grandmother’s and great-grandmother’s things along with art from her father and her own finds.

It is a terrific mix and an excellent example of how to live with antiques; there is nothing fussy or fancy here, though it is incredibly grounded and personal.

More images in the issue (plus words, if you like words.)  On sale now – pick it up today.

All images Spaces, Kansas City, April 2012; photography Aaron Leimkuehler.

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8 thoughts on “Harmonious Convergence

  1. Gorgeous home Patricia, Heidi has a great eye of mixing her antiques with contemporary pieces!

    Art by Karena

  2. yes indeed.
    she has a fabulous & confident sense of style.
    i love how she has arranged her art wall.

    happy easter

  3. Beautiful photos..I love all the art work! It looks amazing, yet so comfortable…HOME!

    Thanks for sharing!

  4. Its a lovely place. And great things are even better when someone you loved owned them before. But I think what I like most is that that big hulking Italian mastiff has such a pretty name like Ava.

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