Room of the Day: Connecting With Style in a Former Social-Club Lodge

In the early to mid-1900s, this historic Mill Valley, California, building served as a social-club lodge where members of various Bay Area Swiss organizations gathered for dinners, games and hiking. The Swiss Club Tell, named after the legendary folk hero William Tell of Switzerland, regularly held activities here until the 1980s, when membership declined, the four-building property was sold, and the lodge was turned into a private residence.

When the current owners purchased the property, they hired interior designer Suzanne Childress to help update the lackluster colors and dated carpet. Also at the top of their agenda: a stylish new living room where they could relax and, well, be social.

via Room of the Day: Connecting With Style in a Former Social-Club Lodge

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