A Light & Breezy, Mid-Century Inspired Beverly Hills Apartment

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Name: Eric
Location: Beverly Hills, California

I’m a video-content producer based in Los Angeles. When I first toured my apartment, I was struck by the natural light. The unit has windows on three sides and faces a park across the street, so between the lighting the cross breeze, you feel like you’re outdoors.

(Image credit: Submitted by Eric)
(Image credit: Submitted by Eric)

Living in the flats of Beverly Hills, I live in one of the many apartment buildings built around 1950. The owners have preserved much of its original charm, including a distinctively mid-century bathroom with pale blue tile.

(Image credit: Submitted by Eric)
(Image credit: Submitted by Eric)

I would describe my style as mid-century modern Californian. As a Bay Area native and a more recent Angeleno, my home demonstrates a love of my home state. Over the past few years, I have collected custom pieces from local Southern Californian woodworkers, such as my walnut coffee table. I have a few Eames (style) chairs, in recognition of the two Californian design legends. I’m also an art buff, and on my walls I display abstract northern Californian landscapes by the Sonoma-based James Shay.

Thanks, Eric!

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