Interior designer duo Nate Berkus and fiancé Jeremiah Brent share this gorgeously renovated Los Angeles residence that features a whole lot of detail and charm. Originally built by John Elgin Woolf in 1939, this space spoke to its new owners who put their own spin on the charmingly classic elements.
Wanting to keep plenty of the original elements in tact, Berkus and Brent decided to forego fancy appliances and opted to keep the minty green and black kitchen (complete with stove!). The rest of the interior is outfitted with masculine materials, a bourbon, black and white color palette makes for a moody space to retire for the night in a Mad Men-esque way. These two have certainly found a style of their own, and who would have thought that it would be so easy?
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