I’ll let the designer describe the approach to this fabulous Beverly Hills home.
“For this archetypal 1920s Spanish-style house in Beverly Hills, we conjured a relaxed, youthful atmosphere in opposition to the formality of many nearby homes. Painting the living room’s beamed ceiling white significantly altered the space’s complexion, providing a luminous backdrop for texture-rich furnishings. A low-slung yellow velvet Mario Bellini sofa sits on a Moroccan carpet laid wall to wall, while a built-in banquette boasts multicolored Majorcan ikats. The kitchen’s wallpaper is by artist Alviro Barrington — part of a collection of contemporary art with works by Laura Owens, Tracey Emin, Richard Prince, and Josh Smith. The result: an unpretentious environment in sync with the rhythms and rituals of contemporary life.”
Light-filled, colourful and downright fun. Beverly by Billy Cotton.