This stately 1924 Tudor, situated on a coveted street in Altadena, unveils itself via the dramatic metal roof and a masterful juxtaposition of modern and traditional. The residence underwent a major transformation by lauded interior design firm House of Honey, resulting in a laid-back California vibe that respects the home’s character with ease. The living … Continued
This modern, split-level, hillside home is located in the upward-trending Adam’s Hill neighborhood of Glendale.
Mere steps to Griffith Park, this 1920’s Spanish foursquare shines from a thoughtful restoration. Striking from the street, the clean lined white stucco facade stands out against a canopy of soft and lush trees, vines and flat green lawn. This signature two story home, encompasses over 3,200 square feet of formal living space. The … Continued
Situated north of Los Feliz Boulevard, this exquisite Spanish residence offers historic architectural details throughout with a seamless blend of current amenities. Separated from the street by a lush green lawn, square pavers with colorful tile inlay lead to the dramatic entryway.
Hard to miss, this vibrantly painted home is unique both inside and out. Situated on a large corner lot on Loma Vista Place just before the stair street starts, the clean-lined and modern exterior is surrounded by drought tolerant landscaping. A two car garage provides direct access to the home plus plenty of extra storage.
This gorgeous mid-century modern house was featured on the Bravo show “It’s A Brad, Brad World”, (which I may have seen an episode of. I admit nothing.) And now it’s on the market! Built in 1965, the Lake Hollywood Estates residence was skillfully redesigned and upgraded by architect Michael Maltzan.
You know when you walk into a store and it’s just totally right and you immediately start dreaming about where each piece will go in your home? That’s what happens when you step into Garde, the newly-opened home furnishings and personal accessories store on Beverly Blvd, owned by Scotti Sitz.
Lately, I’ve been obsessing over decorating our new house–which basically means I’ve been wasting time on the Internet browsing furniture and reading design blogs. I do love checking out local shops, but I’m lazy, so I like to preview everything online first. Which explains why I haven’t actually been to Deja Vu, although, I’ve fully explored their website. Deja Vu is located on 4th Street’s “Retro Row” in Long Beach and specializes in mid-century modern furniture and accessories by designers like George Nelson, Bertoia, Milo Baughman, Kai Kristiansen and more.
Situated in the Hollywood Hills above the Sunset Strip, this 1956 mid-century modern home features vaulted ceilings, fireplaces, a pool, and impeccable finishes and details throughout. The interior was designed by Kelly Wearstler, and it has been featured in many publications.
Target is joining forces with Missoni to release the 400-piece Missoni for Target collection. The epic line will include pretty much everything under the sun, including a plethora of zigzagged clothing for women, men, kids, and babies, plus shoes, knits, office products, luggage, housewares, accessories, and even a Missoni-clad bike! The collection launches September 13th.