A STUNNING RENOVATED HOME IN SILVERLAKE, LA

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Before Homepolish designer Stefani Stein redesigned this 1920’s bungalow in Silverlake (Los Angeles), it had low ceilings, a robin’s-egg-blue, bathroom and a really sad kitchen. Stefani: “The concept behind the remodel was to create a fresh take on the existing, very traditional style of the 1920s Silverlake bungalow”. The decor is a mix of mid-century and traditional elements. Natural and earthy tones ground and unify the space, allowing the pops of color to really stand-out. The renovation was extensive: “What is now the kitchen was originally the dining room. What is now the master bath was originally the laundry room. And what is now bedroom #3 was originally the kitchen.” The beautiful black and white prints are ink on paper pieces by LA artist Tim Forcum.

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Credits & source: images by Tessa Neustadt for Homepolish.

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3 Responses to A STUNNING RENOVATED HOME IN SILVERLAKE, LA

  1. Wow, gorgeous. The bathroom floor is stunning. Love!

  2. Amazing house! Love the contrast of the white ceilings and walls with all the colours.

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  3. Starting from the choice of colors to the ornaments on the bedroom wall and the lowered ceilings, the designers did a splendid job combining everything together.

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