Amsterdam Modern is having a huge warehouse sale to get ready for their newest shipment arriving soon from Amsterdam. There are deals to be found on lots of great pieces, including stacking chairs, chandeliers, desks, tables, lamps, pottery, credenzas, lounge & office chairs, wall units and more! Get a jump on your holiday shopping, or even better–treat yourself to something! The sale preview is Friday, November 18 from 11am-4pm. Sale day is Saturday, November 19 from 10am-4pm.
766 Paseo Miramar
Pacific Palisades, CA 90272
4 BR, 2.5 BA
This outstanding Richard Neutra, known as The Troxell House, was built in 1956 and has been expertly renovated. The 3,044 square foot home offers 4 bedrooms and 2.5 baths with spectacular panoramic ocean, city, and mountain views.
The residence sits on a 47,611 square foot lot with a lap pool that looks like it’s reaching into the Pacific, with views overlooking the Queen’s Necklace.
The interior features floor to ceiling walls of glass for enjoying the incredible views, beautiful post and beam ceilings, a wonderfully open floor plan, built-ins, and more.
8973 Wonderland Park Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90046
3 BR, 2.5 BA
For the first time on the market since it was built in 1957, the family residence of architect Philip Kimmelman, A.I.A. Kimmelman served as the chief project architect for numerous Welton Becket structures, including the notable Bullock’s Pasadena building.
Located on Wonderland Park in the Hollywood Hills, this 1,834 square foot residence has been restored to its original condition and features beamed ceilings, block walls, vinyl floors, built-ins, wood burning fireplace, and landscape design by Garrett Eckbo.
2841 Lawndale Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90065
4 BR, 3 BA
This mid-century modern home, located in a lesser-known section of Eagle Rock, has great views and is centrally located–close to Silver Lake, downtown LA, Pasadena and Glendale.
Built in 1963, the spacious 4-bedroom home features post and beam construction, floor to ceiling windows, and an original wood burning fireplace in the family room.
Plus, there’s a pool!
3438 Larissa Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90026
2 BR, 2 BA
Had a chance to see this listing today in Silver Lake. It was built in 1995 by architect Gustavo Gubel as his primary residence. The Spanish influence is notable throughout, but Gubel adds some unique features to give it a nice open feel.
The 1,496 square foot architectural features an open floor plan, vaulted beamed ceilings, skylights, and a great deck with views. Plus, it’s in a great Silver Lake location–close to the shops and restaurants of Sunset Junction.
I’m not a crafty, do-it-yourself type person. The thought of sewing something by hand makes me feel itchy, but I do admire other people who can put together a handmade outfit that doesn’t resemble the Theo Huxtable shirt. For those of you who are crafty or who are interesting in becoming a little more adept in that area, check out Sew L.A. in Silver Lake.
The second floor storefront on Silver Lake Boulevard (right across from LAMILL Coffee) can be easy to overlook. (I’d walked past it countless times assuming it was a tailor, but like I said, I repel craft.) Sew L.A. is actually a woman-owned, family-run fabric shop and sewing classroom. They have beginner to advanced classes, available for both private and group, where you can learn to sew home decor items, accessories, handbags, and apparel like skirts, dresses, basic tees, coats, kids items and more. Sew L.A. also carries gorgeous fabrics–mainly sourced from small companies and independent designers–both online and in the shop. They have really great online reviews, too!
1637 1/2 Silver Lake Boulevard, 2nd floor
Los Angeles, CA 90026
Open everyday, 11am-6pm
(Image Source: Sew L.A. Flickr)
2255 Verde Oak Drive
Los Angeles 90068
3 BR, 3 BA
The historic Samuel-Novarro house was built in 1928 by Lloyd Wright for Ramon Novarro’s close friend and business manager, Louis Samuel. The residence changed hands when Novarro (best known for his role in Ben-Hur) discovered Samuel had been embezzling from him and using some of the money to pay his mortgage on the Lloyd Wright home. Novarro took over ownership of the art deco/Mayanesque estate to avoid pressing charges and bringing unwanted attention to his personal life.
The majestic 4-level, 3-bedroom home is built into the side of a hill in the exclusive Oaks neighborhood in Los Feliz. It has been meticulously restored and features sleek concrete floors, dramatic windows, countless architectural details, beautiful outdoor spaces, an enclosed pool and terrace with a jasmine covered walkway.
The incredible home has consistently attracted celebrity owners, including Leonard Bernstein, Jerome Robbins, Betty Comden, Adolph Green, Diane Keaton and Christina Ricci.
Husband and wife team Charles and Ray Eames are widely regarded as one of America’s most important designers. They’re probably best remembered for their obsessively collected mid-century plywood and fiberglass furniture, but the Eames Office also created many other products, from splints for wounded military during World War II, to photography, interiors, multi-media exhibits, graphics, games, films and toys. Their personal lives and influence on major events in American life–from the development of modernism, to the rise of the computer age–has been less widely understood. The new documentary, Eames: The Architect and the Painter, produced by Jason Cohn and Bill Jersey and narrated by James Franco, is the first film dedicated to exploring the Eames’ creative genius and work.
Eames: The Architect and the Painter opens in Los Angeles on November 18th at Laemmle Music Hall. For more information on the movie or to find playdates around the country, check out the movie’s website.
2483 Lindsay Lane
Los Angeles, CA 90039
4 BR, 2.5 BA
Earlier this year this house came on the market as a tired and dated early 80s home in need of makeover. Enter the current owners and you now have a new large 4-bedroom contemporary home in prime Silver Lake that’s been given a fresh start.
The 3,210 square foot residence features sliding glass doors and fireplaces in the living room and master suite. The highlight is the living room with great views and the high ceilings.
There are gorgeous views from nearly every room in the house, including views of the Silver Lake Reservoir, Hollywood Sign and Griffith Park Observatory from the Pebble Tec patio.
701 Linda Vista Avenue
Pasadena, CA 91105
3 BR, 1.5 BA
Built in 1948 by architect Leland Evison, this post and beam home is listed on Pasadena’s Historical Resources Inventory, is eligible for landmark status and may be eligible for Mills Act tax breaks.
The 1,418 square foot residence is located in the desirable Linda Vista neighborhood of Pasadena and features walls of glass, brick fireplace and built-in storage. It’s sited on a 27,440 square foot wooded lot with mature oak trees and spacious brick patios.