When I started working in Downtown LA around this time last year, I walked outside for my afternoon walk only to find that where a parking spot used to be right outside my building now lay a tiny park. Yes…a park. Three people had set up grass, a bench and some plants and were sitting … Continued
Nestled in the lush Echo Park hills, Architect Leigh Jerrard reimagined and updated this 1920’s bungalow. Here he created a stunning, airy, modern home and expansive guest house. Located just north of downtown Los Angeles, both houses offer an open layout and stunning views.
Located down a secluded winding road in prime Eagle Rock, this mid-century post and beam showcases spectacular mountain views from every room. Built by USC architect Walter Kozoil in 1955, this once in a lifetime home boasts incredible light and epitomizes mid-century architecture.
Built in 1942, this re-imagined Silver Lake traditional residence has everything you need! The 3-bedroom, 2-bath home features light-filled rooms with original charm, curved walls, an open floor plan, and much more. There are hardwood floors throughout, newer copper plumbing, electrical, and a tankless water heater. Many of the rooms open to beautiful outdoor spaces … Continued
I am super excited to present my newest listing! An enchanting Silver Lake mid-century circa 1948.
As part of the year-long John Lautner Turns 100 series, The John Lautner Foundation and the Los Angeles Conservancy will co-present a panel discussion on Sunday, October 9, from 3pm-5pm at Wilshire Christian Church. Architects and owners of Lautner homes will explore various approaches to stewardship, from restoration to reconstruction and everything in between.
This Arts and Crafts Bungalow was built by award winning architect Peter Tolken in 1912.
1520 Cedarhill Rd Glendale, CA 91202 3 BR, 3.5 BA $1,175,000 A mid-century modern home…with curves! With all the straight lines we’ve been seeing lately this is a nice change of pace. Situated on a corner lot, this dramatically designed home features graceful curves that suit the incline and shape of the lot. I love … Continued
Check out this great 1959 mid-century stone ranch on one of the best equestrian properties in the Monte Nido section of Calabasa–straight out of Sunset magazine! It has undergone a stunning interior and exterior remodel and features an open beamed living room, beautiful stone fireplace, and chef’s kitchen.
Crafty people. Don’t you hate them? Just kidding… Mostly, I admire the (quietly) crafty. But I’d rather purchase my housewares because I’m lazy and I love to shop. That said, these macramé succulent hangers from Skinny Laminx are really cute and actually look pretty easy to do!