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'Parenthood' features realistic living spaces
'Parenthood' features realistic living spaces

Set in and around Berkeley, "Parenthood" unfolds principally in three family residences that vary in architectural style. The first is the house of Zeek and Camille Braverman (Craig T. Nelson and Bonnie Bedelia). "They have lived there 30 years, filled it with heirlooms and haven't redecorated much," set decorator Julieann Getman says. "It's well worn and comfortable." Despite clutter and "visible scouring pads," Getman says, the Bravermans' woodsy kitchen has an old-fashioned, welcoming feel. Its island is "where everyone goes to talk about their problems." She achieved that feeling with a wainscot backsplash, paneled...

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