April 26, 2012

a peek inside: amy neunsinger and shawn gold’s laurel canyon home

I had the pleasure of exploring Amy Neunsinger and Shawn Gold’s eclectic home last night and couldn’t get enough of each and every detail (luckyily for us, either could Martha Stewart and a dozen other sites).

The family room that opens up into the garden, open shelving in the kitchen, barn doors on sliding tracks, industrial elements mixed with feminine florals, exposed air ducts, polished concrete floors and raw concrete walls, reclaimed woods, limestone tiles, a built in trampoline, an outdoor dining room, passageways for days, a claw foot tub, relaxed and lived in couches, layered hides, shearling throws, glowing sea shells, an antique bathtub filled with orchids, infinite succulents, white on white on white in the most perfected way, piles of vintage books topped with soft roses, French fixtures, sun drenched airiness, etcetera, etcetera, etcetera and beyond.

I mean. Smitten.

Photos: House Beautiful

23 Responses to “a peek inside: amy neunsinger and shawn gold’s laurel canyon home”

AnonymousApril 27th, 2012 at 12:56 am


As a designer, I adore living with white. There are so many different shades. Love white-whites though!

When decorating you can pick up colors in accessories, fabrics or change linens.

Julie KhuuApril 27th, 2012 at 3:22 am

There they are! Those metal tub chairs again…industrial style sitting in a shabby chic home…gorgeous mix! I'd move right in!

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AndreaApril 27th, 2012 at 5:49 am

Their home looks amazing. Eventhough it has a bit of an industrial look to it, it feels really homey and I think you can be really comfortable there.
Wonderful and Marvelous

JadeApril 27th, 2012 at 11:34 am

I really like the rustic yet clean look they've captured when decorating the house. It looks great and I want to live there x

MaraJuly 6th, 2012 at 8:51 pm

Amazing house. I'd love to live in Laurel Canyon, one of my favorite places in the world, it's really inspiring, and this place is awesome, love the design, interiors, decoration and everything, dreamy place.

And love your blog, by the way!


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