Mediterranean ClassicMediterranean Family Room, Los Angeles

Photography by David Phelps Photography.

Hidden behind gates stands this 1935 Mediterranean home in the Hollywood Hills West. The multi-purpose grounds feature an outdoor loggia for entertaining, spa, pool and private terraced gardens with hillside city views. Completely modernized and renovated with special attention to architectural integrity. Carefully selected antiques and custom furnishings set the stage for tasteful casual California living.

Interior Designer Tommy Chambers
Architect Kevin Oreck
Landscape Designer Laurie Lewis
Contractor Jeff Vance of IDGroup

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Lionel Li wrote:Apr 11, 2013
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    Tommy Chambers Interiors, Inc.
    Hi. I think that room is closer to 10' ht or taller. The camera position is actually on the entry vestibule steps, then you step down into the media room. An 8' tall ceiling may be too low for decorative beams. You want the beams to be at least a few inches tall so they don't look too "fake". I'm 6' tall and ceiling beams on an 8' tall ceiling may feel a little too close to my head. You may want to do a "mock-up" beam out of cardboard. Maybe 24" long and paint it the color you want to finish the beams and hold it up on the ceiling to see if you like it or not before you take the time and expense of instaling the finished product.
  • Lionel Li
    Great idea, thanks for your suggestion.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Nancy Naumann added this to Emily’s BedroomOct 14, 2018

Couldn’t we create a window seat like this in emily’s bedroom but instead of having a solid base have it be iron poles so that you can still see through to the window?

hollyscole added this to Living/Great RoomApr 28, 2018

Media Room - low profile beams on ceiling?

Ramon Vega added this to Wish ListOct 9, 2017

what was added to the front lr window

lm50247 added this to Theatre RoomMar 13, 2017

I like the option of having the screen disappear so the room can be used for entertaining at other times.

Diana added this to Ceilings: Exposed Beams, Slopes, Trusses, Ducts,etc.Mar 30, 2016

MBR 7 Nice example of "skinny" beams for MBR, Bath (also maybe on main level?)

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