"This is our first time giving a home a more modern/ transitional feel. We have always owned Mediterranean or Hacienda style homes with heavy dark furniture and dark floors and walls with big iron light fixtures," says Hart, "This new LA home was the perfect place to try out our recent attraction to modern accents with the light fixtures, flooring, and bathrooms."
"Bright, clean, casual" is how Hart describes her design aesthetic. "With 3 boys that leave a tornado in their path and the very limited closet space in the house, it was important to me to have it feel open and clean." The sofa in the living room is the James Contemporary by TOV, the chairs are the Devon Wing and both are from AllModern. The silestone hearth brings the whole room together in a harmonious way.
Hart said, "The kitchen is always where we spend most of our time together whether it's meals or doing homework or art projects," so making it the main focus of the house just made sense. From here, you can see how easily the open plan flows as well as the Du Chateau floors that appear throughout the home.