west hollywood home tour

by Grace Bonney

hello. i’m so happy to be back here! i hope i can come up with some fun posts this week. today i’d like to show you our place in west hollywood. if you read my blog, you’ve probably seen it already. it’s been 8 months since my husband and i moved in here but we still haven’t finished many things we wanted to do for the house. (my work room still has no curtains! ) last time when i guest blogged, i’ve shown our old apartment. we still have the same furniture except the new dining table but it sure feels different in this ca.1920s house.

my husband and i like white walls and low furniture. the photography above the fire place is by ye rin mok. the big windows bring nice breeze in the summer time.

the dining table is my favorite piece of furniture we own – i spend a lot of time here.

CLICK HERE for the rest of jeana’s home tour after the jump!

the rug was $29 from cost plus world market.

we’ve never had a chance to eat here yet!

our white bathroom. i clean the bathroom like a maniac. ha!

ikea bed, blanket, sheets, alarm clock and lamp. west elm roman shades. found chair. bench and dresser from craigslist.

my office/art studio. this room has it’s own small deck.

the garage is converted to my husband’s music studio. the work tables are all DYI. thanks for looking!

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