Los Angeles - Bedroom Reveal

It's time for another Hollywood Hills room reveal! This time we are focusing in on the two guests/kids rooms on the second floor. Since Paul had to design this house without knowing who the residents will be he kept it pretty neutral and continued the midcentury modern vibe from the first floor.

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Unlike the master these rooms don't have the greatest views. Paul added extra art (mostly done by him) and accessories to the rooms to create more interest inside and keep the potential buyers focused on the interior of the house and not the neighbors. The furniture from West Elm and CB2 adds to the midcentury feeling. Light bedding contrasts with the floors, which we are in love with! Wide plank oak floors in an almost clear stain/finish adds just the right amount of warmth.

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The bathrooms were designed with large format glass subway tile from our friends at Saxum tile. The smaller bathroom got a gray glass that adds a little bit of drama. A bright white frosted glass was put on the long wall as well as around the tub in the larger bathroom. Composite counters and vertical grain walnut cabinets finish out the simple yet beautiful bathrooms.

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We have no objections if we had to live in either of these rooms. Any guests will have to decide if they rather have a larger bathroom or a patio with chairs for two! Thanks to Stephanie at Swiley Interior Photography for the great photos.

Which bedroom would you choose?

B+P

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