Luxury is an experience. You’ll be reminded of this every time you pull up to this home on a palm tree-lined street in prime Echo Park.
Illuminated by natural light streaming in through the large original windows, this home— one of four in a new TIC community located in Echo Park—was reimagined with a reverence for historic preservation and a nod to modern living.
Tom Jermann and Toby Yoo, the husband-and-wife graphic design team behind T42 Design, rented their striking Dutch Colonial home for five years before purchasing it directly from the owner. Here, they reflect on how their home evolved, affording them room to enjoy a few dogs, their daughter, and work from their modest studio, where they designed
Set at the foothills of Bronson Canyon, this Traditional-style residence is both spacious and versatile.
La Casetta—‘the cottage’ in Italian—occupies a wonderful position near the end of a coveted no-through street in Highland Park, blending a bohemian chic aesthetic with period details within a mini compound.
Grounded in simplicity and light, Grasie Mercedes and Damien Fahey’s 1950s home opens to a superb open-plan living, kitchen, and dining area, where large windows let in an abundance of natural light while catching glimpses of leafy treetops and neighborhood life.
Once in a lifetime, a home comes along that perfectly aligns your desire to enjoy city living with the solitude of a quiet, idyllic setting.
When Quincy and John Stokes saw this 70s gem with a pool located within walking distance to Grandview Beach in San Diego’s Leucadia community, they couldn’t resist.
This Women’s History month is marked by the timely closing of a classic Spanish-style fourplex in Echo Park formerly owned by Marie, a savvy single mother making bold moves.
The post World War II housing boom changed the Valley “from ranchland to L.A.’s most emblematic suburb” and this is where Sonia and Edward decided to raise their family.