We love Dakota Johnson’s LA mid-century modern home because there are so many vintage treasurers and the vibe of the house is quite cozy and relaxing. Here are some of our favorites.
The house was built by architect Carl Maston, and Johnson bought the residence four years ago, the second one that her realtor showed her on the single day she went to see L.A. properties. Here in the entrance, we love this mixing-and-matching vignette composed of fresh flowers, art and books.
Who wouldn’t love this light-filled room that is open to such a lush garden? The newly upholstered crushed mohair on the vintage sofas are soft and elegant. The coffee table was originally from the house. The layered artwork on the console makes the space feel fresh and interesting.
Johnson loves color of green and once painted her NYC kitchen cabinetry in green but she was not quite satisfied with that green. Now, She’s happy with this green color in the LA kitchen. The sleek semi-pro kitchen faucet makes a statement in this compact kitchen. The antique rug adds color and pattern to the space. Then there are some of her favorite china which she adores so much and never use.
The cane chairs and the antique area rug create a warm and relaxing atmosphere, a perfect place to start in the morning with a cup of coffee and wind down in the late afternoon.
A custom-made transparent glass dining table was chosen to showcase the area rug.
An antique English chair makes this mid-century modern home office more interesting.
The concrete has a nice contrast with dusty pink on the vanities.
This is just such a dreamy hidden get-away surrounded by lush trees. The stone table and stools has a French country feel. The fresh flower arrangement is a very nice touch.
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