All posts with tag:Los Angeles

Though the Cara Hotel is located not far from the bustling and bustling Hollywood, the hotel itself is calm and serene. A motel has been located here since the 1950s, but after a year and a half renovation, the outdated building was transformed into a stylish 60-room hotel. The rooms and public areas are designed…

Gus Kenworthy, the Olympic silver medalist in freestyle, lives in this house in West Hollywood. The renovation lasted for a year, and the owner’s main wish was to have a light, no-frills base finish and saturate the house with bright bold decor. As a result, the interiors turned out to be very Californian: light, cheerful,…

Designer Jane Hallworth has breathed new life into a 1950s West Hollywood home. It all started with the fact that the owners just wanted to find carpet for the stairs to make it easier for their adult dog to climb to the second floor. But the replacement of carpets led to the alteration of the…

Japandi (Japan + scandi) is a combination of Scandinavian style and Japanese minimalism. This is exactly how this house in Los Angeles was designed. Japandi is characterized by a neutral palette of colors, natural materials and free, not crammed with furniture, spaces. Due to the large windows, a lot of light gets into this house,…

The abundance of wood is not only eco, country or alpine chalet options. In the modern interiors of this LA house, the designer boldly uses different types of wood. Almost all the furniture here is custom-made, and the shades of wood blend perfectly with the gray and blue walls. Dark wood furnishings and geometric prints…

The color scheme chosen for the design of this Los Angeles home is captivating and mesmerizing. Designer has selected beautiful natural shades: brown, olive, sand, graphite, ocher. Such complex and beautiful colors can be easily found in nature, but they are not always used in interior decoration. Furniture and items made of different types of…

The design team spent six months looking for a Tudor-style home in Los Angeles. Initially, the building was twice smaller, but due to the spacious land plot, it was possible to add an extension without any problems, which also added a rooftop terrace on the second floor. Designers ditched many small rooms on the ground…

This living space in Los Angeles is a pure loft with all its brutality, concrete surfaces and brickwork. Designers did not hide the rough basis, but they added several soft and even gentle accents in the filling. So, a white sofa and a plush armchair definitely softened the atmosphere, and a library with a collection…