Osborn Architects, based in Glendale, CA, did a complete renovation of this home’s structure and surrounding landscape. The result is a warm, inviting home with glass walls offering different views of the landscape.
Here’s the dining room, with spectacular views of the garden. The set includes a warm, wooden table and a Model 48 dining chairs by Finn Juhl. The space is complemented by a set of Poul Henninsgsen Artichoke Lamps. I kind of like how they’re separated by the steel beams…
What I love most about the home is that it’s so modern in its mix of materials — stone counter tops, glass walls, wood wall panels, tile and marble floors — as well its eclectic mix of mid-century modern and contemporary pieces.
But enough about that, let’s look at the pretty pictures, shall we?
A William Platner Lounge Chair and Ottoman + Arco Lamp are accented by Ikat floor pillows and a huge area rug. The stone fireplace is amazing. I want. I have to say that for all the stone and concrete in this house, it’s really quite inviting.
A Serge Mouille 3-Arm Standing Lamp is always a winner. I’m not really crazy about animal print (I do make exceptions for cowhide), but I don’t hate this zebra ottoman.
Love the accents of gold lighting here in the foyer.
What’s also interesting about this home is how modular the spaces are. Normally I find that to be very boring, but when you have shag rugs, flotsam wood accent pieces, warm lighting and subtly mixed prints/patterns, it gives these spaces a lot more personality.
See what I mean by modular?
So what do you all think of this home? I love it!