Located just off the beaten path of Silver Lake Blvd’s hub of boutiques and restaurants, this modernized California bungalow has all kinds of perks, including a recently built flex space.
Claire and her fiancé Scott scored a light-filled residence in Highland Park owned by the founders of Hawkins New York.
William Morris, the most celebrated designer of the Arts and Crafts Movement, once said, “If you want a golden rule that will fit everybody, this is it: Have nothing in your houses that you do not know to be useful, or believe to be beautiful.” This bungalow in Mount Washington is all about it.
In their book, Abode: Thoughtful Living with Less, Serena Mitnik-Miller and Mason St. Peter reveal how to create natural, simple spaces, attainable even for new DIYers and those on a budget. … or you can skip the learning curve and purchase their home that just hit the market in Topanga Canyon.
You’ll fall madly in love with this character-filled bungalow in the heart of Atwater Village.
When Todd Segal purchased his home in Highland Park measuring a mere 624 square feet, he had no idea he’d be in for a down to the studs renovation. So, instead of making it bigger, he made it better.
This stylish Mt. Washington cottage packs the functionality of a larger home inside 592 square feet of living space.
Architectural duo Robert Farquhar Train and Robert Edmund Williams helped cement the Arts & Crafts Movement in the historic Garvanza District of Highland Park by lining the streets with enchanting Craftsman bungalows.
Two design firms team up to turn a crumbling CA bungalow in Highland Park into a magazine-worthy residence.
The last time this turn of the century cottage in Echo Park hit the market was in 2008. Now it’s back, sporting a new paint color and still full of quirky charm.