Jessie Websters Silverlake Los Angeles HomeJan. 14 2014 12:01am | By FOKaL - Space + Places | Permalink
Check out this stunning modern remodel – Jessie Websters Silverlake Los Angeles Home reflects the life of a photographer and blogger, filled with carefully curated treasures and sources of inspiration.
There are some interesting dynamics at play between the old house, fresh interior, vintage decor and contemporary character. Original built-ins and moldings from 1913 look incredible in a new coat of white paint, great motivation for those of us working with older homes.
We love how Jessie mixed antiques and found objects with iconic modern designs. The bentwood dining chairs are from the 1940s, rescued from the Mayo Civic Auditorium, the dining table is from Restoration hardware and made of reclaimed oak doors. Some of the rugs are irreplaceable antiques and others are available from West Elm.
The collection of plants is awesome. Succulents are a great low maintenance choice. Her collection of artwork is enviable too – paintings by her mother and photographs by her father add a personal touch. The chandelier in the living room is handmade by Logan Hendrickson of onefortythree. We love the sculptural quality of his lighting; every piece is a work of art.
Jessie Websters Silverlake Los Angeles Home is so warm and the design is so accessible. We love the organized eclectic aesthetic. What is your favorite part?