Mark Brosmer Location: Eagle Rock - Los Angeles, California Size: 1200 square feet Years lived in: 11 years Mark's home is one of six Spanish style bungalows, built in the 1930's and 1940's, that surround the historic Eagle Rock in Northeast Los Angeles. The house sits on a long private driveway that is shared with his neighbors. Everyone is very friendly and even the dogs stop by to say hello. It feels like one big commune and Mark loves it!
Restoration Hardware Best Advice: Paint the exterior walls and trim the same dark putty color. This causes the plant life surrounding the house to stand out. Dream Sources: TINI, St. Vincent de Paul (Circa 1991-96)
- O'Keefe Merritt stove from St. Vincent de Paul - $69!
- Some of the furniture was left behind by my ex-roommate and now neighbor, Randy. He has an extensive collection of furniture and accessories, enough to fill 3 houses. Most of the furniture was from yard sales, flea markets, St. Vincent de Paul, and Further (Silver Lake).
- Concrete lamp (bedroom) and wall hanging (above the fireplace) by Artisan Mona Hoffman (email@example.com)
- Track lighting and vintage lamps
- Dark putty exterior
- "Linoleum City" for kitchen tiles
- Spanish tiles in main living room area
- All artwork by Mark Brosmer
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