Having teamed up on Chet Callahan’s final Los Angeles residence, inside designer Ghislaine Viñas was requested to return for an additional collaboration. This challenge includes a historic property inbuilt 1895 within the Los Feliz neighborhood of L.A. referred to as the Cummings Property. After architect Callahan and his husband, Jacinto Hernandez bought the quasi-Craftsman/Spanish Colonial type residence, it was time to plan for an intensive restoration, addition and modernization, whereas honoring the unique options.
The structure is now open with the kitchen moved to the center permitting for views of the Hollywood signal and the Griffith Observatory.
Viñas labored on the design for 2 years, rigorously curating a vibrant residence that matched their final one. Raised in South Africa, the Dutch designer, who’s based mostly in New York Metropolis, is thought for her daring and adventurous designs, which completely align with the artwork amassing owners. Two Michael Anastassiades pendants add a sculptural component to the higher a part of the area, whereas smaller items, just like the one from the Haas Brothers on the metallic espresso desk, add visible attraction in areas all through the house.
A yellow Membership chair by Pierre Paulin lives in a nook within the residence’s entryway including a daring, trendy component amongst the unique wood particulars.
The entryway can also be brightened with a inexperienced Zieta mirror hanging over a white marble console desk.
Derrick Adams work pop on the white partitions and light-weight coloured furnishings, just like the mint desk and Modernica chairs.
Brilliant blue carpet enhances a geometrical mural winding up the curved staircase.
Images by Garrett Rowland.