Located in the Evo Lofts in downtown Los Angeles, was renovated for a young graphic designer/shoe designer who bought it as her first home. The traveling homeowner hired to bring a sense of energy and to act as a retreat when she was at home. The result is a fresh and cosy oasis that didn’t break the bank.
The 1100-square-foot studio has a wall of windows keeping the space light and bright. Helping with that are the new white hardwood floors that were installed throughout.
The fresh color palette centers around crisp white, soft mint green, light treys, and natural woods, which help infuse personality without overwhelming the space.
The kitchen needed a facelift so Super White Honed Pental Quartz countertops were installed, along with a bar top.
A white backsplash made of geometric porcelain tiles adds simple texture to bring some character to the small kitchen.
A bold, patterned rug anchors the living room, which has a sectional sofa and a coffee table from West Elm that adjusts to table height so you can eat in front of the TV.
A glass and chrome desk sits behind the sofa hiding it from view when you enter the apartment.
The bedroom space features Eskayel wallpaper behind the gray tufted bed.
White lacquer nightstands from West Elm hold edgy Jonathan Adler lamps.
The bathroom was outfitted with IKEA Godmorgon cabinets and Porcelanosa tile, continuing the modern, polished look of the rest of the condo. An electric mirror brings more light into the once dark space.