Tool Shed Turned Nifty Bunk House for Boys

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When you’re looking to save on space and square footage at home, sometimes there are more bodies to fit in your home than the space allows. For one California couple with four boys ranging from the ages of 15 to 24, the answer was in an old tool shed out back. The homeowners (see: Amanda Pays…

Japanese Inspired Sea Ranch Home in California

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Architecture Firm Turnbull Griffin Haesloop creates beautiful coastal homes, with three of some of their great portfolio works being at Sea Ranch in California. This particular home is a contemporary, yet Japanese inspired residence and guest home with wood cladding on the exterior and a simple shape to it overall. There is lush greenery surrounding the…

1930’s Rustic Spanish Colonial Home in Los Angeles

Posted 9 months ago by

Spanish architecture and art has a whimsical and completely chic quality about it when presented right, and perhaps it comes from being a Southern California native– but this home has got it all right. Transformed by Hsu McCullough Architects. Originally built in the 1930’s this home has got some great bones, but was renovated and updated…

Contemporary Venice Beach Home Design by Modal

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California beach homes don’t all have a cookie cutter flow to them. Especially in the Los Angeles/Venice Beach areas, where homes can go completely contemporary to Spanish, to cottage style all within a block. The uniqueness of this beach home was created by Modal Design of California with a flair for the unusual. A sensibility for…

Eclectic Los Angeles Digs by Knibb Design

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Hotel accommodations might not always appear in your mind as an eclectic, old and repurposed building– but after seeing this Koreatown boutique space called ‘The Line‘ you may think twice. L.A.’s Knibb Design took on the project with the intent to create spaces that really give the guest a spot to park and overlook the skyline,…

Modern Spanish with a Twist

Posted 11 months ago by

Spanish architectural styles are usually what sets the tone for what’s on the interior of a home. Patterned fabrics, earthy tones, rich woods and beautiful motifs are what we typically envision, but this particular home in Los Feliz, California, has a different agenda. Built in the 1930’s, this residence is the epitome of spanish style. Rounded…

1940’s Cabin Turned Surreal Mirrored Art

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Phillip K Smith III’s ‘Lucid Stead’ cabin is an interesting piece of refurbished architecture in the California Joshua Tree desert. Built around 70 years ago, this little wood stead has had a facelift that’s got a modern twist to it. Mirrored ‘planks’ similar to the dark wood that clads the exterior make the cabin look as…

The Poet’s Loft of Tomales Bay

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There’s no denying the whimsical feel that the California beaches give off. This particular little vacation spot called the ‘Poet’s Loft‘ comes to you from the Tomales Bay in Marshall, Ca where the population is only 50. A sweet and quiet spot that’s perfect for a romantic getaway and sits on the water, this little 2…

Celebrity Spotlight: Mad Men Star’s 580 Square Foot Space

Posted 12 months ago by

There are celebrity homes by definition, and then there are those that are a bit off the beaten path of what we would normally deem as such. For Vincent Kartheiser (also known as Pete Campbell on Mad Men), a small 580 square foot abode is as glam as it gets. With Funn Roberts by his side,…

Celebrity Spotlight: Malibu Beach Home of Matthew Perry

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Friends star and actor Matthew Perry has been a bit under the radar since his days as Chandler hanging with Ross, Joey, Rachel, Monica and Phoebe. But his time spent now is hanging out in his gorgeous Malibu spot that literally sits above the water in Southern California. The spacious four bedroom home is an open…