Superstar interior designers, Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent (<– remember him from The Rachel Zoe project?), opened the doors of their Hollywood Regency bungalow designed by John Elgin Woolf (who counted Cary Grant and Katharine Hepburn as clients) in 1939 and it is very much Mad Men meets ultramodern.
They stuck to a limited color palette of black, white, saddle and bourbon and carefully curated a healthy mix of vintage and new to make it personal yet fresh. The green 1950’s kitchen stove and marble-inlaid parquet floors are original details which Berkus says he would never pick, but loves living with.
What do we think?