In Echo Park, an interior designer and fashion designer team up to update a gorgeous midcentury home.
In exchange for a good deal on the rent, Annie Ritz and Daniel Rabin renovated their landlord’s family home.
The Gelinas family moves out of Sherman Oaks and finds their perfect house in Monrovia in the foothills of the San Gabriel Mountains.
A creative couple buys their first house and, serendipitously, their style aligns: “It’s like if the Kennedys went camping.”
A tech entrepreneur left the Bay Area for warmer climes in southern California, and settled in a bright circa-1949 house in the Hollywood Hills renovated to embrace color—and the view.
We're on the hunt for House Calls subjects who'd be willing to open up their living spaces for a visit and a photo shoot. Could that be YOU? Here's all you need to know about submitting your house for consideration.
The show has been featured on several local news stations and has won awards, including last year’s grand prize on ABC’s The Great Christmas Light Fight. But seeing it in these contexts doesn’t quite capture the magnitude of the presentation.
We’re looking for submissions for a special edition of our House Calls series, in which we peek inside the homes of Angelenos. This time, we’re interested in finding out who really goes all out for the holidays.
A lifelong Valley resident, James had to convince his wife to buy a tract home. With help from a friend who is an interior designer, they've created a space they both love. The home is open and filled with fixtures that are both artsy and on-trend.
As Mark and Kathryn waited for insurance money to make repairs, they carefully selected cool, clean-looking materials and fixtures. The house's plaster walls are almost totally bare; there's absolutely no clutter—and there's a reason for that.