In a Hollywood Hills residence, the designers created an easy coexistence between a pair of vintage leather chairs, a vintage table lamp, and an old oil painting, along with a  Danish modern coffee table from Denmark 50.
A floating steel and Ipe wood staircase is the backdrop to a cozy seating area in a client’s organic, yet masculine library.
In a 1950s colonial style home located in the mid-Wilshire area of LA, (near LACMA), a B&B sofa was reupholstered in Kravet fabric. The vintage Moroccan rug is layered on top of sisal from Stark. The yellow chair, is from ABC Carpet and Home, covered in Star velvet.<br />
This open plan living room, dining and kitchen area in a 1940’s California ranch house has been carefully re-imagined in stone, wood and terrazzo. The warm, modern, vintage and custom furnishings complement the client’s collection of California plein air paintings and collectibles.
A serene master bedroom is adjacent to the pool. Made sumptuous with a leather Bed by J. Robert Scott, and accented with a mocha colored Italian cashmere throw. A white velvet upholstered chair is in keeping with a crystal pendant fixture, from the 1960s.<br />
Silver finishes and textured metallic wall covering bring a luminous quality to an intimate dining area. The warm tones of the burl wood table and the vintage Italian chandelier layer the palette while the dining chairs break all the rules.
A white and green palette keep things simple in a Santa Monica living room.
This open living room has panoramic views of  Los Angeles.  The coffee table is by Domus Design Collection, in mahogany. A  custom leather couch by J. Robert Scott, and drama is added by the pair of 1950s style throne chairs.<br />
The pool house is built from Ipe wood planks, which is FSC Certified.  The house and pool have a zinc roof with photo voltaic panels for electricity and solar  panels for pool heat.
Though this room may appear to be monochromatic, it is the subtle layering of soft hues and naturally inspired textures and patterns that create a warm and inviting space.
This bedroom has a custom headboard with side sections made of blue velvet.
A formal and elegant living room, with sophisticated furnishings and contemporary art. In true LA style there is indoor and outdoor  access to large loggias and full bar/media room flanking this wing of the house. There are gray suede sofas by Holly Hunt,  lacquer and chagrin side tables by J. Robert Scott, with black glass lamps and  silk shades.
A white Thassos marble landing and entry space with thassos and lacquer curved staircase with polished metal handrail.<br />
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This home has a strong sense of place. The subtle glass and stone forms feel as if they might have organically grown from the earth itself.
For a Hollywood Hills residence, the designers created an easy coexistence between a pair of vintage leather chairs, a vintage table lamp, an old oil painting, along with a Danish modern coffee table from Denmark 50. Each element has an ideal proportional relationship with what's around it, creating an elegant and calm ambiance.
Cool calm and collected: In a Los Angeles Arts district loft, the custom sofa and ottomans are done in Pindler & Pindler linen. The custom drapery is ivory linen, the marble lamp by Visual Comfort, and the seagrass area rug is by Stark, <br />
In a cantilevered modernist home nestled in the hills of Silver Lake, with sweeping views to downtown L.A. there are original cork floors throughout. Here, in the dining room, the table is from CB2, paired with vintage bentwood chairs, and a moon pendant light by Tracey Wilkinson,
The playful and organic furnishings in this mid-century modern house in Brentwood, California set the stage for a young family’s love of nature and color.
Pops of color enliven the living room in this all white contemporary beach house on the ocean in Malibu, California.
This mid-century inspired space seamlessly integrates the exterior architecture with the vibrant color palette of the interior.
An open plan kitchen/dining area is part of the living room, and all open with huge windows to the outside pool and garden.
The tufted white chaise-inspired chair, sits in a courtyard, against the wall of bamboo.
In a Holmby Hills, (L.A.) mid-century house, the view from the living room to dining room shows the Paul Frankl dining chairs, side tables, and arm chairs, which, amazingly, were all original to the house!
Noguchi lighting and abundant white Belgian linen covered furnishings are significant components of the chic interior design of this LEED Certified home in Montecito, Ca.

Modern Interior Design for Your Los Angeles Home

Modern design is actually part of a larger movement known as “modernism”  which rejected the ornate detailing of earlier periods. Modern design embraces clean lined forms and an adherence to a certain  rigor and discipline, that distinguishes it from all other styles. Yet modern doesn’t have to mean cutting edge or cold, it’s often warm, spare, yet tranquil. The type of materials, whether metal, stone, glass or concrete, are utilized in very precise, deliberate ways. Minimalism and sleekness are characteristics of modern design, combined with an atmosphere of simplicity and ease.

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