Marc Gomes, actor & director
2,000 square feet
Years lived in:
Originally built in 1896 in Glendale, Marc's home was moved to Hollywood in 1937. The house still has many of the original architectural details and Marc has added another level of depth to the architectural character with his choices in design and decor.
The classic Victorian home sparks conversation when creatives in the art and entertainment industry gather for an evening party. It is the back drop to old Hollywood, while entertaining new promises in the famous entertainment capital. Marc contains to furnish his home with new found objects and art that inspire his everyday living.
Apartment Therapy Survey:
My Style: Modern with primitive accents
Inspiration: My grandmother's home
Favorite Element: The individuality of each of the various rooms
Biggest Challenge: Defining the function of all the rooms
What Friends Say: The house and decor reminds them of New Orleans.
Biggest Embarrassment: The lack of air circulation. The home gets extremely hot in the summer.
Proudest DIY: Replacing the kitchen sink and hardware.
Biggest Indulgence: Master bed and side tables
Best advice: There is no need finish all the decorating in the first six months.
Dream source: Dialogica, Moderica, Herman Miller, Africa, and India
Resources of Note:
• Custom Sofa Warehouse
• Restoration Hardware
• Herman Miller
• Vintage original 1950's modern chair
• Indian and African specialty shops
• Antique shops on La Brea
• Paris Antiques
• Refinished original floors
RUGS & CARPETS
• Noah's Art
• Turkish + Persian
• Indian Room Divider
• Original Denis Forest, Dyptych "Bullseye"
• Original Dennis Morris, 1960's, London
• Original Margaret von Biesen
• O'Keefe & Merritt vintage stove
TILE & STONE
Images: Bethany Nauert
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