Echoes of Old Hollywood

Posted on Fri, 7 Oct 2016 by midcenturyjo

I have had a long love affair with the Spanish Revival style. I think it has to do with the Old Hollywood glamour that I associate with these distinctive houses. Brown Design Group‘s renovation of 1920s Inverness is beautifully sympathetic but still with more than a nod to contemporary tastes. A perfect marriage between the heavy oak pieces of the era and modern overstuffed linen and leather sofas and statement modern art pieces. Still it’s always the wrought iron work, the terracotta and the intricate ceilings that get me as well as the pool side entertaining. Speaking of ceilings what about that original tiled ceiling in the kitchen!

loulou ste-adele says:

THIS is posh, ravishing and….. no stark white walls…. A lot of attention went to details, textures and an elegance flows. Very inspiring.

axie says:

Those ceilings are amazing! Beautiful home.

d of dogland says:

Wow! I spent some time in Southern California as a kid. I developed a true fondness for Spanish style homes. They are some of the warmest, most comfortable homes I've ever been in.
Yep, those ceilings are amazing and that covered outdoor room…Oh my!

thais says:

isnt that the house where sofia vergara lived in the movie chef? love it

xavier says:

Love this house! So much beautiful things.

Spiffy Spools Custom Curtains says:

What stunning woodwork on this number. The rustic vibe is so strong…

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