We staged this awesome model unit in a new Eagle Rock small lot development - PRISM - by Planet Home Living. We used a fresh Scandinavian modern style, and kept the palette simple with neutral textural elements to enhance the space. And boy, was it fun to style! Photos by Christopher Lee, unless otherwise noted.
Fresh white walls are the ideal backdrop for a minimal Scandi look, don't you think? The Saarinen style coffee table is from Sunbeam Vintage in Highland Park (one of our faves!), the credenza was handmade by Pepe's Furniture in Echo Park, and the bookcases are Threshold from Target.
Sunlight fills the modern space, ready for chillin' or entertaining, and the bookcases offer a multitude of styling opportunities. Oh, and a place to store your (only the pretty ones, please) books.
Oh, how we do love Pepe's Furniture and their woodworking abilities. Custom furniture that only looks vintage (shhhh, don't tell). A saucer planter from Potted Store in Atwater, modern coffee table books and simple pottery complete the look.
We love the textural woven mix of all things basket-y, including this chair and vintage side table. A cowhide rug defines the space organically without boxing in the living area in this open-concept room.
Potted Store in Atwater was the source of Modernica's Case Study planter and an awesome mother-in-law's tongue plant. Because plants are so hot right now.
A vintage arc lamp curves across the living room, adding a dramatic sculptural element.
The view from the dining room to the living area. Photo by Chang Kyun Kim.
A mix of curated collectibles fills the bookshelves. We find our accessories everywhere -- from thrift shops to garage sales to flea markets. One fave source is Glendale's GCC Flea Market -- the 3rd Sunday of each month. Just go. You'll thank us later.
Photo by Chang Kyun Kim.
We hung IKEA's Sinnerlig pendant over the dining table for some neutral textural energy.
Fresh is the only way we can describe this kitchen, with its Scandi simplicity -- Oh, and those Target counter stools (yes, Threshold).
We love a good pantry, and this one was no exception. A few simple corked containers from IKEA and a few rustic accents are all you need to convey organization with a capital "O."
A flat African basket and some worn wooden bowls on the dining table.
Oh, and do shop at World Market for all your cloth napkins, people.
The cross pillow is from Home Goods, the Mongolian sheepskin throw is a Target steal and the Moroccan drum table is, well, a real drum.
When you really, really want a Franz Kline image over the bed. But, you really, really don't want to pay for it, do what we did. DIY it.
Run, do not walk to H&M Home for yummy 100% pure linen bedding and use our little secret: H&M's real cotton and linen tablecloths, which make fine sheets and layers.
A custom upholstered chair, a graphic patterned basket found at a thrift shop and a gig poster by Gina Kelly.
A handmade macrame wall hanging.
We kept artwork simple. Our lead designer Rachel Moore created it specifically for this home.
Don't you just love the simplicity of this powder room?
We're crushing on the packaging of Marlowe's skin care line for men. So simple and, well, clean (no pun intended).
Because you absolutely, positively cannot live without outdoor space.... Here's the patio! A butterfly chair, a Loll Designs end table and a graphic pillow. Landscape design by Potted Store.