So Hollywood

Oh glorious Friday, you have arrived...let's toast to that, shall we?
I know I said I probably wouldn't be blogging today, but alas, I can't stay away. Especially when there is such decorating awesomeness to share with you guys!

I'm a self-admitted "girly girl", so you can imagine my elation when I saw this feature from House Beautiful about the West Hollywood rental apartment of up-and-coming interior designer, Melissa Warner. Love at first sight, I tell you.

Focusing on the Hollywood Regency style, Warner was able to create an ultra-feminine and clean space. The color palette is so soft and bright and the cool, ecclectic mix of antique elements (like the oversized jacks on the chest below) make this space totally unique.

Sleek, contemporary fixtures, like the pendant light above the desk, help to bring a bit of masculinity into the space.

My favorite room of this feature was definitely the master bedroom, a total nod to the 1950's design aesthetic of Hollywood Regency.

Ooohh-la-la-loving the curvacious headboard, Dorothy Draper bedside chest and carved, alabaster tulip lamps.

I wouldn't mind taking up residence here, would you?

Now go forth and conquer the weekend.

Be blessed, lovelies-

Photo credits: House Beautiful


  1. I wonder if they would do a house exchange ha ha!

  2. Stun-ning! Wow. Great find, I'm glad you popped in to share it!

  3. LOVE this! it was just featured on my friend, fabulous k's, blog too!!! you two have FANTASTIC taste :)

  4. it's fabulous! wanted to say what's my favorite but I can't, every single detail and accessory is more than awesome!!!

  5. I love the light feel to all these rooms... gorgeous :)
    Happy Weekend my friend!! wooohooooooo!

  6. Absolutely stunning! Thanks for sharing the photos. And every time I see the ghost chair, I need it more and more!

  7. that place is great. i love it. i would definitely live there.

  8. This is a fab home Leslie! I love the pretty dancer picture from the third image and i don't know why the chairs at the dining table remind of an exposed coconut, lol.

    Thanks for sharing ^-^.

  9. oh.my.gosh. I LOVE this! LOVE LOVE LOVE this! I also love that you continuously give me more sites to stalk for design tips...b/c I need help. I'm oaky with admitting that. haha... :)

  10. I can see why you are so in love, I am too! They did a fabulous job.

  11. Ahhh I love these images! I would so trade with her :)



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