See How a Party Stylist Translates Her Cool Girl Style into her L.A. Home
September 16, 2016
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They say that birds of a feather flock together and this home tour is proving that point. Event stylists behind LA Party Stylists and besties decided to give both their Los Angeles homes a revamp with the help of Natalie Myers of Veneer Designs and the results are pure perfection. First up we have Marisa who had a vision of modern bohemian while maintaining the classic bones of her home. See how that gorgeous, eclectic mix plays out with even more shot by Amy Bartlam in the VAULT.
Marisa had a clear vision and a tight budget to achieve the modern bohemian look she adored and make it mesh with the traditional bones of the home. 
We reused much of her existing furniture from her previous home but added a few dramatic new changes to make the home feel new, fresh, and quite different than its previous beige and ornate version.
low danish style lounge chair balances the more formal sofa and the stacks of art books and Marisa's amazing art collection make the living room feel like a Parisian salon. Ethnic textiles throughout the home give it a layered thoughtful feel.
The dining room boast an oversized round brass mirror, a console from West Elm that was raised to buffet height with taller hairpin legs, and a West Elm dining table and chairs.
The shibori Milton & King wallpaper steals the show. Serena and Lily navy blue color block window panels tie into the kitchen cabinets' navy blue and the relaxed sophistication of the white linen slipcover on the existing sofa.
The kitchen cabinets were painted the same Hale Navy color and adorned with brass knobs and handles from Schoolhouse Electric.
We dressed up the breakfast dining nook with new natural colored wishbone chairs, custom pads made of Kantha quilts for the tulip base chairs, and a rad Park Studio LA chandelier.
Changes to the stairs included ripping the carpets off, painting them and the railings Hale Navy, and installing a kilim runner.
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