It's all about those windows, those pops of indigo and a bedroom that I would never want to leave for this Los Angeles abode of Homepolish designer, Candace Soriano. She transformed a classic California bungalow into a cozy spot filled with his and her details and a wealth of old world charm. Click here for the full tour captured by Tessa Neustadt.
Homepolish designer Candace and her boyfriend Jason are both creative types so it was essential that their home be a place of inspiration, relaxation and comfort. The open and sunny home was the perfect backdrop for Candace’s French Deco design dreams that pepper the living and bedroom and the bistro chairs really add a fun and whimsical touch to the breakfast nook.
Combining their tastes wasn't too difficult. "We both love light and airy city lofts with a few industrial elements so I incorporated some raw wood and antique brass details throughout. We also admire old world charm," says Candace.
Wanting a masculine/feminine balance, she chose indigo blue to compliment the dark leather furnishings and white sheepskin accents and with a background in visual merchandising, Candace’s vignette styling talents really came into play in the living room.
Of the pared down bedroom's design, Candace says, "Once I found our brass chandelier at the flea market, I focused everything around that. It influenced the rest of the room, which is why I kept the room overall, very simple."
A mix of Old World charm, chic Parisian bistros and cozy luxurious textures make this LA one bedroom the perfect place to escape to at the end of a long day.
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