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Trending on Remodelista: LA Story

December 5, 2014

This week, Julie and the Remodelista editors are in LA, making house calls. They toured a Mediterranean revival, a Palladian pool house, and a cantilevered hillside bedroom with views of the Hollywood Hills. All while preparing for Saturday’s Remodelista Holiday Market at Big Daddy’s Antiques. (Come by and say hi.)  Besides a case of house envy, here’s what you missed:

Above: World’s Best Wedding Venue? After a tour of the Hollywood Boulevard estate’s 1,700-square-foot event space, Julie wants to renew her vows.

Above:  Margot found a Spec House with a Soul in Hollywood. Photograph by Laure Joliet.

Above:The “design collective synonymous with edgy LA-style”? We are speaking of Commune Design. In this week’s Steal This Look, Christine reveals how to recreate the look of founding partner Ramin Shamshiri’s kitchen remodel.

Above: We paused to admire this bathroom, for its ocean-blue Moroccan tile and a skylight that lets in sunbeams, but every room in this home sparkles. Christine, with her architectural eye, takes us on a full tour of M+Project’s Home in Silverlake. Photograph by Mimi Giboin.

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