hether you spell it Angeleno Heights or Angelino Heights, the consensus is in. It is an awesome neighborhood. With a quick walk to all that Sunset Blvd. in Echo Park has to offer and killer views of DTLA, this is as good as it gets in Eastside LA. We had the pleasure of staging the top floor of a 1905 duplex on Edgeware Road today. Check it out…
We brought in a low sofa in a graphite tone and paired it with a fluffy flokati rug, Rachel made the ottoman out of a Mexican blanket, a plank of wood, a piece of foam and Mid Century table legs.
An Eames shell chair and small red pedestal table fill a corner. A bright needlepoint pillow pulls out the greens and oranges that we sprinkled throughout the home. We sourced the turquoise desk lamp from LA Resale Co.
Tabletop vignettes feature some of our favorite books and an amazing bowl we found at a thrift source.
We used an IKEA STRANDMON wing chair in blue velvet for a corner of the living room. A kilim pillow found on eBay and a sheepskin throw add a dash of color. A vintage pink side table serves the chair, and a B&W silkscreen of skeletons dancing edges up the wing chair a bit.
We found the vintage coffee table for $20 at Berda Paradise, a favorite Silverlake source.
A vintage arc lamp we found at Pepe’s Furniture in Echo Park shines overhead and adds a curvy element to the room. We love all the windows and the abundance of light in this space
We outfitted a hallway corner with a Saarinen style tulip chair and a small rug we sourced at IKEA. The silkscreen art was found at a neighbor’s garage sale.
The dining room just screamed for a round table, which we fashioned out of an IKEA DOCKSTA painted with chalkboard paint. We paired it with a set of vintage bentwood chairs we found on craigslist.
World Market yellow chevron napkins and simple white plates for the tabletop.
We styled the built-in china cabinet with colorful Fiestaware.
We love the bentwood chairs and the fact that they’re a turn-of-the-century match to the home.
A small bedroom became an office with the addition of a MELLTORP table from IKEA, a vintage swivel desk chair and a kilim rug. The orange lamp is a vintage find and the wall clock is circa 1980s, from eBay.
We put a cute kitchen cart into an unused corner and hung framed vintage fruit crate labels above it.
In this bedroom you get a needlepoint owl to watch over you while you sleep and a Jonathan Adler style lamp on a vintage table.
A large deck off the kitchen features a picnic table and Tolix chairs that we painted with Valspar’s Mint Gala for this project.