A simple palette adds graphic flair to this bedroom in a renovated midcentury gem in Crestwood Hills. A print of Enzo Mari’s La Mela e La Pera for Danese Milano hangs above Delta lamps by Robert Abbey and bedside tables from Dieter Rams’s 606 shelving system for Vitsœ.
This industrial kitchen in an L.A. loft showcases tons of metal accents, including floating brass shelves fabricated by local sculptor Gilad Ben-Artzi, stainless-steel cabinets from Fagor, and a Liebherr refrigerator.
In a remodeled 1960s house in the Hollywood Hills, a wall of sliders from Western Window Systems exposes the sunlit living room to the outdoors.
The master bathroom of a minimalist duplex in Venice, California, has a small window and a large skylight above the shower—and shares a translucent glass expanse with the kitchen, where it becomes the backsplash.
This cheerful Hollywood kitchen is filled with playful details: a wall-sized chalkboard, retro wallpaper, and colored dining chairs.
A house in Malibu has jaw-dropping views: even in the bedroom (which doubles as a home office), simply outfitted with a custom steel desk and a bed with Garnet Hill and Ikea linens.