Love how the large wooden beams frame the glass wall. Nice attention to detail.
Fashion designer, Jenni Kayne, is known for her relaxed, yet modern designs and her Beverly Hills home exudes the same laid-back flare. Although Kayne’s abode provides no aesthetic frills, it does give the impression that crisp clean lines can create warmth and comfort. I love the fact that their home looks “lived in” and they prioritized function over fancy details. I’m making it a top priority to adopt that concept for our next home!
The pop of blue from the aerial photograph, by artist Richard Misrach, lends interest to the otherwise neutral living room.
The glass wall is swoon-worthy. I would kill to have a relaxed Sunday breakfast at that dining table.
I don’t know what I love more all the plant life, Viking cooktop, or sleek wine cooler. This kitchen is my dream.
This beautiful sectional would be the perfect living room addition to our cozy 1 Chestnut apartment. I also love the combination of dark walls and airy accessories.
Of course they have a water wall on the terrace.
I love the idea of a chic gallery wall lining the hallway.
One of my favorite details about this house is the arrangement of mismatched, yet intentional placement of artwork.
The wooden beams have become such an elegant yet rustic part of each room.
I’m crazy about this bathtub. Waterworks can do no wrong.
Most stylish kids playroom ever. They even have a teepee!
Yes, her son’s room does have an Hermes throw.
The landscape acts as a piece of sculpture in their backyard.