When a young tech entrepreneur made the move from San Francisco to Los Angeles, he landed in an outdated home in the Hollywood Hills. The space needed updating, but the homeowner didn’t want just any bachelor pad. His main concern? His art collection.
“Adam was pretty much game for anything so long as the finished product complemented his existing art collection,” Interior Designer Caitlin Murray Black Lacquer Design of said. “He also wanted a space where he could easily entertain friends and family.”
Along with sleek white walls, the firm incorporated colors pulled from the homeowner’s art collection. Vibrant green and blue hues play off the home’s surrounding foliage and water features for an indoor-outdoor effect. The final product? A non-traditional bachelor pad that’s worthy of the homeowner’s L.A. debut.
An Organic Modernism peacock credenza topped with a Noir Furniture brass peace sign sculpture give good vibes to visitors in the entryway. A West Elm floor runner adds texture to the sleek flooring.
Keeping a focus on entertaining, the firm sourced a custom large, L-shaped sectional for the living room to maximize guest seating areas. A Zuo Modern Scion Arc floor lamp leans over a vintage coffee table.
The firm removed a wall to open up the kitchen, while extending another wall to make the living space feel larger. They lined the kitchen island with Lawson-Fenning bar stools for more guest seating.
A portrait from Etsy hangs in the master bathroom above a partial wall covered in Mission Tile West black penny tile. Digita tile by Kismet Tile covers the floor, while gold Kohler bath fixtures add a metallic touch.
In the master bedroom, a Serena & Lily rattan chair hangs near a Modshop red lacquer credenza. Restoration Hardware linens top the bed made by Blu Dot.
In the guest bedroom, Restoration Hardware linens cover a CB2 bed flanked by CB2 nightstands.
In the office, an Eames Management Chair pulls up to an ABC Home desk topped with an Arteriors table lamp. Jayson Home bookcases round out the space.
Murray had a long, wall-to-wall banquette fabricated for the dining room. It meets the Eero Saarinen table and ABC Home chairs underneath an Arteriors Zanadoo light fixture.
This story was originally published on Hunker on October 18, 2017.