Kelley and Halston Brack knew exactly what they were looking for when they hired Soler Architecture and Jennifer Dyer of Jeneration Interiors to design their home in suburban Los Angeles: A modern, warm and welcoming space to host friends and family for all of life's special occasions. Although modern and warm aren't typically used in the same sentence, these homeowners made comfort a priority for themselves and their three children, without sacrificing their design aesthetic. Our friends at California Home + Design show us how this was achieved.
The design team remodeled the existing 1950's-style property into a gleaming open-concept structure in which the interiors fuse seamlessly with outdoor living spaces, separated only by glass walls. This feature allows their guests who are dispersed throughout the home to still feel connected to one another. Unlike modern homes, which tend to be stark, the designers combined clean-lined and vintage furniture styles, lots of textures, graphic prints and unexpected color palettes throughout the rooms, which are all easily viewed through the transparent walls.
Check out the slideshow below for an inside look. All photos by John Ellis, courtesy of California Home + Design.
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