Lewis | Schoeplein Architects It is responsible for this restored mid-century farmhouse at the foot of Mandeville Canyon, which lives in the Brentwood neighborhood of Los Angeles, California. This 1960s farmhouse had large bones, but had to be renovated to accommodate the lifestyle of a family of four. It was supposed to restructure the interior, open the kitchen, create a modern family room and dining area, add a washroom, and reinvent the bedrooms and bathrooms.
The family commissioned the interior of this project Coating designs Creating calming but livable areas. Nothing is priceless, but the overall picture is fairly well organized and organic. The flow of open living spaces means that all spaces must be connected. The furnishing of the bedrooms allowed some more experiments, which meant that the rooms grow with their users. In general, modern areas are connected and the garden and pool are classic California style.
What we love: This mid-century farmhouse welcomes visitors with a sun-yellow front door. Once inside, you'll find a light and airy floor plan and child-friendly areas. The design team did a great job of creating a flow that fits the connection between inside and outside. Everything feels clean and modern, it is also reflected in the roots of the apartment in the middle of the century.
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above: In the dining room, the table is accented by Eames chairs by Croft House LA, Design Within Reach. Patterned wallpaper from Hygge & West. A block wall art print is on the wall. The area is grounded by a carpet from the West Elm.
Photos: Marisa vital
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