L.A. French Eclectic

Posted on Wed, 6 Dec 2023 by midcenturyjo

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.

dwodenver says:

Dream house

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