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Top Interior Design Projects: Hollywood Hills Home by Peti LauWednesday 5 September 2018
Top Interior Design Projects: Hollywood Hills Home by Peti Lau ⇒ The New York-based designer, Peti Lau, founder of AristoFreak, decorated this astonishing 3,579 sqft 1930s bungalow home for Alex Pall, the renowned DJ from The Chainsmokers. Located in Hollywood Hills, the beautiful home features modern architecture and mid-century styles, giving it an industrial and elegant touch. Now, CovetED will explore this amazing design project which eclecticism to a whole new and glamorous level.
The house is brimming with artistic and aesthetic value and through floor to ceiling Torrance Steel windows, owners and guests alike are able to enjoy sweeping views especially of the stunning canyon and mountain. This residence is a great representation of the value of craftsmanship and how it has evolved over the years.
The magnificent house highlights a separate lower level area which is actually perfect for guests, a studio space, a gym, a master bedroom retreat, a walk-in closet and a mesmerising spa bathroom. In addition, the kitchen is well-appointed with stainless counters and island with appliances from Bulthaup, Mile, Sub Zero and Gaggenau. It also features a neon sign which was specifically made for the Chainsmokers’ first appearance on “Saturday Night Live”.
This unique residential project also includes a series of entertainment spaces, including an outside lounge area with an Italian Earthstone pizza oven, decks and a patio under lush old oaks and exotic cycads. The outside fireplace is completed with Kuba cloth pillows, table and chairs that belong to the owner, Mexican tiles and 1930’s rustic stonework.
The entrance welcomes guests to a natural and inviting environment that features a Bone Inlay console designed by Berbere World Imports, handmade lighting by Bonita Interiors and a mid-century brutalist mirror. On the other side, there’s also a marque that was found on Etsy that says “Chateau Mooshu” in regards to Pall’s puppy and a pair of African beaded chairs. In the family room, one can find an exceptional tropical wallpaper by Hassan Hajjaj, best known for being “the Warhol of Marrakech”.
The living room presents a blue wall above the leather sofa, ceramic Mid-Century brutalist lamps on each side, mid-century walnut brass side tables from Bonita Interior, astounding pillows by Antony George Home and highly curated works of art by Posner Fine Art.
The dining room is decorated with photographs by Alex Prager, a rainbow lightbox, custom-made chairs inspired by Milo Baughman, in Edelman Vermillion cowhide and seats upholstered in Holland sherry velvet, a credenza by JT Alexander, which is an eclectic mid-century modern piece with a twist of Hollywood glam and an 80s style chandelier.
The bedroom’s walls are covered in a House of Hackney fabric and wallpaper from the Artemis collection, it also features bedside tables by Anthropologie, vintage lamps, a bed in wild-card woven jacquard leopard print fabric and custom bedding by Vivre Luxe, and lastly, the rug is a vintage 30’s Chinese Art Deco rug from Leon Banilivi Rugs.
The design of the great room is further enhanced by the Monocles sideboard by Essential Home, according to Peti Lau, “this was the perfect midcentury-inspired piece to use as the elements of the chic and sexy,” adding that what caught her eye for this peculiar design was its “midcentury sabot legs, the brass circle scale just worked so perfectly with the natural stones and was a perfect place for that piece.”
Furthermore, this division also highlights a John Currin art piece that has been in Alex Pall’s family for a long time, a rich color polo blue by Benjamin Moore that brings a sense of sexiness and masculinity, an African man sculpture, vintage 60’s marble candle holders which lie next to the musician’s grammy, and then the brass and circle pattern of the Monocles just complete this multi-layered space.
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