In a mid-century modern residence, views of the outdoors is nothing out of the ordinary. The interior design of the project designed by Carole Carr is an extraordinary representation of the miraculous ability to combine mid-century modern features along with contemporary eclectic style.
Large glass panel windows showcase the surrounding landscape with minimalism at the forefront of the design. The furniture, wall art and decor strengthens the eclectic approach with curated pieces and layering of textures and colors throughout the space. Located in Bel Air, Los Angeles, this contemporary home keeps composure and framed outlooks into the breathtaking views.
The master bathroom takes a feminine approach to luxury with curvy vanities and an in-ground bathtub. The crystal clear window is used in place of a wall and faces a glistening lake. The bathroom is made using stone and reeded wood with a beautiful blush pink color throughout it. In the living room, high ceilings expand the space even further with arching metal door frames and parquet wooden flooring.
The marble fireplace serves as a centerpiece for the room alongside floating bookshelves and hand-selected mid-century modern furniture in every room.
The kitchen is highly minimalist except for the ivory calacatta paonazzo marble accentuating the neutral color palette including gray, tan, black and white.
The entirety of the residence has a seamless flow with elements blending and curving around every turn. The design flawlessly creates both a stable and creative environment at once.