The bright and beautiful Brentwood Residence, California, US
Architect Bruce Bolander and interior design practice Jamie Bush & Co delight us with another architectural gem. Completed in 2009, the Brentwood project, is a residential property that can be found in California, US.
This home is packed with mid-century pieces, with a mixed assortment of bright, beautiful colours dashed with more classic and elegant features. The current owners of the property have three young children and have manipulated and styled the home so that it is both a playful and good-natured as well as being a very mature and adult-friendly home for when the children progress through their early years. Throughout the luxury Californian home, it is apparent that the family have stuck to the bright splashes of colour in each room grounded by a more natural palette of materials.
Used as a foundation, the kitchen holds a red and orange Raymond Lowey credenza in the breakfast area. The kitchen is spacious and makes way to a chic light brown wooden table, with darker coloured chairs surrounding it, with their unique modern look. The large sliding door, frames a perfect view to a large sumptuous garden to bring another satisfying element to the kitchen as well as natural light.
The master bedroom is bliss. Resting on a large cream cloud-like carpet, the bedroom holds a variety of different features such as the large luxurious bed, table and chairs, and wooden cupboards. The bedroom keeping with the kitchen, is also graced with natural light through the sliding doors.
The living room is a vast open space, with features such as the dark turquoise sofa, nesting on the recurring cream carpet, a small stylish glass table with a thorn like stand, bright yellow lamp and a set of wooden draws raising the television.
Interior design features seen in this property really do live up to the expectation and desire of having a playful, colourful theme as well as being modern and sophisticated.
The Californian sunlight is a major feature of the success of this home by way of the large sliding doors allocated throughout this contemporary property.
Images courtesy of Laura Hull
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