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Gaze at this Hollywood Hills home, a 1930’s two-story inspired mansion, within a Spanish decor style. Located in the historic Beachwood Canyon, right under the Hollywood sign, this beautiful and peaceful place was thoroughly decorated, including amazing and bespoke pieces all around the house. Join Los Angeles Homes and discover every corner of this amazing place!


This Hollywood home stands out from the vintage details such as the arched doorways, and of course the Mid-Century resembled pieces. Each piece presents a specific trait of the antique concept, which is perfect to match the outside look, as well as the architecture of this Hollywood Hills home.


Amongst the amazing and vast collection of vintage furnishings and antiques, some pieces stand out such as an early-20th-century English Arts and Crafts desk, paired with a midcentury German bentwood school chair. The dining area stands on an antique American table and vintage metal chairs, along with a Japanese temple pendant light, and the rug which is from Missoni.



The Guest room displays a daybed that is covered in a Guatemalan blanket and Pat McGann Workshop pillows made from Indian block prints and an antique Persian carpet. This room is embellished with the artwork of Bart Miller, and the range of colors perfectly complete each other without a question. There are also plenty of amazing rugs, such as a deep-blue early-20th-century Mahal from Iran in the guest room.



In the living room, a 19th-century Dutch grain sack from Howe hangs over an Arts and Crafts desk. Every piece perfectly completes each other, as in the master bedroom, where there’s an antique suzani from Uzbekistan behind the master bed, which is dressed in a Neeru Kumar coverlet and topped with pillows in Indian textiles, all from Pat McGann Workshop.


Outside, there’s an architectural garden, filled with the most incredible foliage, in total agreement with the home’s concept. The exterior of this amazing Hollywood Hills home features a typical and classical 1930’s Spanish-style, which is the boldest and trendiest style of them all!


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