The Prindle Living Room is one of the rare period rooms in which almost everything is original, taken from the actual house built in 1906. Designed by John Bradstreet, the interior of the living room exhibited his trademark Japanese-inspired style, from the furniture to the carved wood paneling.
Today the home has been converted to an addiction prevention, treatment, and recovery center for women. To match the overgrown shrubbery and foliage now growing wild on the hillside, Marchetti copied the wood carvings from the room and adorned the mansion’s exterior with these intricate designs. – Alex Bortolot