We were contacted by our client to stage a multi-story architectural modern in a prime Hollywood Hills neighborhood, and once we toured the property, the swooning began immediately. White walls, lots of natural light, big rooms. Some of our fave things! We brought our imaginations to this one -- mixing in some of the client's own modern furnishings with ours. All photos by Christopher Lee.
A modern white sofa plays well with others. In this case, a glass coffee table, candy-colored books and art (love this awesome Vasarely print from Art.com!) and layered fluffy rugs.
Saarinen dining chairs gather 'round a massive glass-top table. Nothing but large-scale photography would work in this dramatic setting. The two original photographs don't disappoint.
In the media room, we brought in West Elm's Brooklyn leather sofa in Licorice, a Nelson bench as a coffee table, a cowhide and a vintage MCM end table.
A vintage French movie poster provides background drama to modernist leather chairs.
Another piece of dramatic artwork we brought is this Urs Fischer exhibit poster for MOCA.
Our fave corner of the master bedroom -- pretty much the perfect spot to settle in and read a book. A Saarinen Womb chair, a one-of-a-kind MCM credenza and a fiddle leaf fig are all you need!
The master bath is a study in zen. As in, how amazingly zen it would be to cram nine thousand succulents into that open shelving. Too much?
A guest bedroom gets the textural treatment, thanks to the awesomeness of H&M Home's linens.
The office (above) and kitchen (below) gave us ample opportunity to stretch our color palette into orange and blush pink.