Los Angeles – Interior Inspiration #2

 

In the hands of a talented team, a Los Angeles home receives a breathtaking renovation merging elements both classic and contemporary. The house, owned by film composer Harry Greyson-Williams and his wife, Erin, placed the project in capable hands of architect Tim Barber and supervising project manager Kirk Snyder, as well as interior designers Joe Lucas and Parrish Chilcoat.

This gorgeous wallpaper by Black Crow Studios looks like a watercolour painting.
The exposed wooden beams and ceiling windows floods the space with views and sunlight.
The playful selection of pillows ties this breakfast nook together.
Four roll-arm armchairs upholstered with blue linen surrounds an octagonal ottoman covered with teal leather.
The tone of the linen on the armchairs is similar to the paint color of the built-in bookshelves.
The white-oak paneling of this foyer pays tribute to a farmhouse aesthetic.
Loving the shades of blue and green in this family room.
The adorable printed upholstered bed is my favourite.
This window-seat is both charming and comfortable looking.
This home maximizes the natural light whenever they can. The colour palette for this vanity is soft and inviting.
Tiles leading up to the bath is definitely different, and we like it!
Adore the blue-orange concept in this bedroom.
The connecting bathroom is full of inviting texture.
Simple jack and jill for the master bath. Loving how elegant and soft on the eye this bathroom is.
Soaking tub underneath a high, opened ceiling. The natural light compliments the wooden beams.
Choice of pendant lighting is perfect for this laundry-room.
The exterior of the house matches the farmhouse-contemparay feel of the interior.
Separating the pool from the pool house with a stylish deck while still keeping some greenery is a great idea.
Another separated deck for entertaining purposes is gorgeously placed underneath a large tree. Incorporating outdoor couches maximizes the space from a dining area to a sit-down and have-a-drink area.

The young, fresh reimagining of the 1980s L.A. home is farmhouse fab.

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