Built in 1924 this Los Angeles house embodies French Eclectic style, popular post-WWI with returned soldiers. Influenced by Normandy architecture, it showcases steep roofs, casement windows, French doors and a mix of timber and stucco. Interior designs would often blend Tudor and Spanish influences. Jessica Helgerson Interior Design redesigned the kitchen and bathrooms, adding a ground-floor guest suite, refreshing and furnishing the house. New features reference the old and the rooms are an eclectic mix of furniture reflecting the family’s lifestyle.
Photography by Aaron Leitz.