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Living Room Luxury

Drew and Linda have finally bought a house, and with Jonathan’s help, they’re making the renovation a family project! Their 1921 Los Angeles home has beautiful features on a lovely street, but is in need of major upgrades throughout the space. Once the crew lands on a new floor plan, it’s time to make a new, grand first impression with the entryway, living room and study at the front of the home.

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wdt_ID Room Product Type style Product Company company_link Product Code/Sku
1 Living Room Hardwood Flooring Monarch Plank - Boulevard Collection (Jourdan) Herringbone Monarch Plank - Boulevard Collection (Jourdan) Herringbone Galleher 1516
2 Living Room Paint - Walls Ammonite Ammonite Farrow & Ball No.274
3 Living Room Paint - Ceilings Wevet Wevet Farrow & Ball No.273
4 Living Room Paint - Trim Strong White Strong White Farrow & Ball No.2001
5 Living Room Trim, Base & Case Various Various Anderson Moulding N/A
6 Living Room Fireplace Stone Calacata Cremo Calacata Cremo Walker Zanger N/A
7 Living Room TV Mirror Samsung 48" Class Full LED Smart TV Samsung 48" Class Full LED Smart TV Clearview Innovations J5200
8 Living Room Green End Table Sapphire End Table Sapphire End Table Wayfair MRCR5394
9 Living Room Double Wall Light Amherst 2-Light Candle Sconce Amherst 2-Light Candle Sconce Hudson Valley Lighting HUV8222
10 Living Room Gold Stool Zolan Garden Stool Zolan Garden Stool Wayfair MCRR1696

Before & After


The original staircase was beautiful, but when we attempted to save the whole thing, we discovered the spindles and treads were in really bad shape. Thankfully, the handrail was salvageable, so we kept it in one piece and reinstalled it upon these modern spindles that introduce the old Hollywood, Art Deco style that’s prevalent throughout the house.


The original pocket doors in this house were amazing and in good shape, but after raising the ceilings, they needed to “grow” to fit! We added some height to the doors and repainted everything to make them look brand new. With the details we added throughout the home office, there’s no question these doors were the perfect tool for encouraging some peace and quiet, while still providing natural light and a welcoming feel.


The original ceiling had a plaster curve that was impossible to salvage, so Jonathan came up with a custom molding that provided a similar waterfall feel to match the home’s new style. One thing we did keep: the pentagonal opening of the original fireplace, complete with original trim peeking from the new stone façade.

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Art Director: Breeze Giannasio
Construction Lead: Paragon Kitchens & Construction

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