Modern Los Angeles Bungalow Home Tour
February 24, 2015
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I am constantly on the hunt for great rug inspiration. It's so hard to narrow down favorite styles and always easier when I see how stylish home owners pair their floor coverings. Well, this Castle Heights home is a gorgeous rug jack pot. Every room has a new favorite and mod furnishings that are cozy, layered and all masterminded by Veneer Designs along with photography by Amy Bartlam. Click here for more!
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An expecting couple reached out to me a month after moving into their newly purchased 2 bedroom bungalow in the Castle Heights neighborhood of Los Angeles. They were easy going and full of good humor but anxious to feel settled before their little one arrived in 20 weeks. They had visited various showrooms and knew their overall style but wouldn't dare to pull the trigger on any major purchases and needed someone to come in and nest for them. I was more than happy to put together their living room, dining area, den and nursery. All their old furniture was sold on Craigslist and we started with a clean slate. From major pieces to the smallest detail accessory, a mix of big box and vintage or artisan, I had the easiest time transforming this small unassuming home into a jewel box of a space.

My favorite room is the nursery. Taking everything I absorbed and learned from my own two tots, I created a practical and beautiful room that was bright and calming at the same time. One I would be happy to spend hours in myself.

Nursery: Serena & Lily Hudson Crib and Elsa stool, Sharon Montrose Animal Print Shop photographs, Beauchamp Don't Feed the Animals print, Land of Nod District storage bookcase, West Elm Mid-Century dresser

Living/Dining Room: Susan Conner Prism throw, Organic Modernism Sienna buffet, Blu Dot Wonderwall media storage, Max Wanger Tulum photograph, Park Studio LA chandelier

Den: Loloi rug, Dwell Studio throw, One Forty Three swing arm lamp, Himo Art macrame wall hanging