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Susan Jay Design
14 Reviews
Brentwood - Sullivan Canyon
Ideabooks4,400
Questions11
5. Los Angeles canyon setting. A narrow canyon road leads to this home in the Brentwood neighborhood of Los Angeles. The homeowners are not allowed to add to its footprint, because fire vehicles have to fit down the road. The surrounding land was so beautiful that they didn't care, and they made the
Reborn in a Los Angeles CanyonBubble chair: Plush Pod; light fixtures: Rejuvenation; bookshelves: Elfa, The Container Store
“the unique design & very very nice..” — lfsumpia
Justina Blakeney
The Jungalow
Ideabooks1,483
Questions3
shop in Los Angeles. It's a creative solution to showcase her indoor plants from top to bottom.
shop in Los Angeles. It's a creative solution to showcase her indoor plants from top to bottom.
Blogger Justina Blakeney displays her air plants in a surprising way: in a pine apothecary chest found in a thrift shop in Los Angeles.More:Air Plants for Wall or TreeThe Indoor Gardener: Crazy for Cacti
shop in Los Angeles, the chest was repurposed in her "jungalow as a planter. It draws the eyes up to papier-mâché animal heads and is purposely placed by the window, exposing the plants to natural light. Tip: Don't be afraid to use apothecary chests creatively. Pull out drawers strategically to form a
“Love” — asceneth03
Belzberg Architects
Skyline Residence
Ideabooks1,628
Questions0
book, Los Angeles: The Architecture of Four Ecologies.
Beverly Glen, Los AngelesWalk Score: 34Car-DependentIt's no surprise that L.A. is a very car-dependent city, though many people may not know that its early, thorough streetcar network enabled the sprawl now served by freeways. These wide rights
ideabook on Los Angeles architecture than a house that doubles as a place for watching movies.This second-floor projection doubles as a cover for a carport, putting the car on display as well. Yet neither display may not be able to compete with the panoramic view to the right, what Reyner Banham called the
“outdoor projection theater” — nepaniquepas
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Justina Blakeney
The Jungalow
Ideabooks1,262
Questions4
tion: Los AngelesInspired by the bright colors of a tropical jungle, Justina Blakeney decided to go all out in her small Los Angeles kitchen. A rich green covers the walls, and a rainbow cutting board adds extra brightness to the small space.
“Over stove spice rack” — hilaryc19
Hsu McCullough
Boise Residence
Ideabooks675
Questions1
od of Los AngelesDesigner: Hsu McCulloughSize: Main house: 1,140 square feet (106 square meters); 2 bedrooms, 1½ bathrooms; detached garage: 350 square feet (33 square meters)Year remodeled: 2007 to 2009; the landscape was finished in 2013That’s interesting: When Hsu and McCullough were remodeling, they
of the Los Angeles Times from 1930 in the walls.Photography by Clark Dugger
“乡村” — jesbz
Erica Islas / EMI Interior Design, Inc.
7 Reviews
1920s Kitchen Remodel
Ideabooks2,672
Questions7
IslasLocation: Los AngelesInspired by the 1920s roots of this sweet Los Angeles home, designer Erica Islas played off classic but cheerful turquoise in this colorful kitchen. The San Felipe–pattern floor tile inspired the Spanish backsplash tile, which in turn evolved into a palette of terra-cottas, whites and
“Maybe for the kitchen?” — jencorona1
m.a.p. interiors inc. / Sylvia Beez
13 Reviews
m.a.p. interiors
Ideabooks506
Questions0
plants in a Los Angeles garden. Note the signature elongated ears, which signify Buddha’s ability to be all-hearing.
An oasis of calm, this Buddha seems right at home meditating among the potted plants in a Los Angeles garden. Note the signature elongated ears, which signify
plants in a Los Angeles garden. Note the signature elongated ears, which signify Buddha’s ability to be all-hearing and wise.
An oasis of calm, this Buddha seems right at home meditating among the potted plants in a Los Angeles garden. Note the signature elongated ears, which
An oasis of calm, this Buddha seems right at home meditating among the potted plants in a Los Angeles garden. Note the signature elongated ears, which signify Buddha’s ability to be all-hearing
“Buddha garden” — Rich Mattern
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R.M. Schindler
Ideabooks155
Questions0
(1925) in Los Angeles, designed by Rudolph M. Schindler Photo by Niels Wouters, via Wikimedia Commons
house, Los Angeles. The house for J.E. Howe in Los Angeles resembles the Pueblo Court project, but concrete enclosures were eschewed in favor of wood (concrete is still to be found in the site walls in the foreground). Even though the plan and volumes of the house point to Schindler's own style, the
house, Los Angeles. The house for J.E. Howe in Los Angeles resembles the Pueblo Court project, but concrete enclosures were eschewed in favor of wood (concrete is still to be found in the site walls in the foreground). Even though the plan and volumes of the house point to Schindler's own style, the
“Howe House” — David M. Sanders, Architect
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