This is our very first Interior of the Week post.
This lovely feature is all about exhibiting a different interior space every week; be it a country house, a teeny-tiny urban flat or a stunning public space. Interior of the Week seeks to showcase the most charming, avante-garde or even eccentric interiors out there, for your browsing pleasure!
This week I have chosen the beautiful Los Angeles home of experimental filmmaker Laura Purdy and her husband Juan Devis (featured in Dwell Magazine).
The combination of bright hues, retro furniture and the spacious open plan design of this mid- century house creates a wonderful meeting between contemporary and homely.
The house was designed in 1952 and originally owned by Les Guthrie. It is a glorious 2,000 square feet in size. Despite being slightly worse for wear, in 2003 Devis and Purdy snapped the place up, believing it to be a great place to bring up their children (pictured below).
I absolutely adore the overall neutral vibe, juxstaposed by some bold wall colours with the addition of just a few eye-catching statement pieces: that cow skin rug. One thing you have to know about me is that I am a sucker for anything animal print!
What do you think about this interior – yay or nay?