The house has a
folk-art museum quality,
but the Holcombs don’t
have a hands-off
Opposite page: A bathroom with a “tumbling block” floor tile pattern, inspired by
the Getty Villa near Los Angeles, and a candle box from early 19th-century Connecticut.
This page: Kathy and Grayson pose with “Trish the Dish,” a contemporary sculpture made
from found materials by Patti and Bob Stern of Moreland Hills. Trish’s bra is made from
19th-century newel posts, and her navel from a 1910 doorbell found in Pittsburgh.
(For information about the Sterns and their work, visit theperfectview.com.)
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