West LA

Taking a house with beautiful bones and turning it into a dream home for this family of five was a natural exercise for us and our design team—we just dug into the Southern California roots of this LA based property and churned out a breezy, beachy yet classic abode for this family to live, grow, and call home.


The kitchen is the hub of the home, so we needed to create a cozy yet functional space where this family can gather to share meals and conversation. The woven barstools bring in a touch of warmth and texture to this otherwise crisp white kitchen, and the brass pendants bring a modern yet aged look to the space. Additionally, all the light of this home seems to coalesce in the kitchen. With a bay window over the sink and a mix of white and glass-front cabinetry, this space practically refracts and reflects light to create an airy look that makes the kitchen feel more like a charming sunroom than a meal prep station. And with a few vintage touches, like the runner and some decor, we were able to mix a bit of the old world with a touch of the new for a classic and fresh design.


With both a formal dining room and a more casual breakfast nook off the great room, this home as ample options to entertain and gather. In both spaces we opted for light woods white upholstery to keep up with the airy classic look throughout the home, and chose statement pendant lighting to anchor the tables and bring a sense of dramatic elegance to the seating arrangements.

We wanted the family to utilize the formal dining room just as much as the casual eat-in dining space, so we designed it to be approachable and inviting with soft seating and layered styling. This space feels easy and fuss-free, perfectly reflecting our ethos that beautiful living can happen everyday.

Living Room

Much like the rest of the home, the living room is an exercise in causal elegance. The open concept allows the light and energy to flow back and forth form the kitchen, creating a relaxed and airy feel that is inviting and comfortable. We layered up our go-to soft furnishings (custom upholstery and stacked rugs) and brought in some unique pieces that reflect this family's fun personality and sensibility, like the rounded woven armchairs and the shelf styling accents.

Powder Room

This charming powder room is all kinds of vintage traditional meets modern coastal. The crisp white woodwork in the wainscoting, the abstract yet toile-inspired wallpaper, and exposed piping pedestal sink all lend a vintage nod to this bathroom while still feeling fresh and breezy.

Primary Suite

The primary suite is the epitome of relaxation and elegance; the four-poster canopy bed accentuated the height of the ceilings, calling attention to the bright and Breezy ambiance, and the ensuite echos those themes with its neutral palette and earthy materials.

Directly off the bedroom you'll find an attached office for a quiet and calming workspace. This zen den is the perfect place for mom and dad to find their workflow away from distraction—we appreciate having the space to keep work and personal life separate, and this layout allows this couple to stay up to date with business, while the bedroom remains a sanctuary for relaxation and recharge.

Kids' Rooms

Since the three children in this home are old enough to have their own developing tastes and styles, it was important for us to include them in the design process so each of the kids’ rooms would reflect their personalities and interests for inspired spaces to rest and recharge. The girl's room is soft yet a bit edgy, with a neutral and blush with music-inspired accents. While the boy's room is verging on masculine with lots of cool tones and strong lines. What we love most about these spaces is that the classic foundation we laid (through furniture and design) will continue to age with the kids as they grow into young adults.

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March 01, 2022 —