Thursday, March 28, 2013

Home tour- A decorator's flea-market chic Los Angeles's home!


Los Angeles decorator Sasha Emerson downsized to a cozy 1922 traditional cottage in L.A.'s Hancock Park neighborhood when her daughters grew up and moved out. Decorated with mostly flea market finds, her new home is filled with charm, quirk and style. Let's check out her fabulous home, shall we?











I really enjoyed this home tour. Filled with many unexpected pieces and fun touches, this lovely home feels cozy, collected and livable. Did you notice the book wallpaper in one of the rooms? That realistic wallpaper really catches my eye! What caught your eyes? Have you use any interesting flea market finds to decorate your home? I would love to know!

6 comments:

  1. I love her big bold art! Plus what's not to love about Hancock Park...great area. This is a really cute and comfortable home :)

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  2. I really love the book wallpaper too and I love that red elephant in the living room, that is so unique and a really kitschy kind of touch to the home - ;-)

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  3. I love the gigantic picture of sweet peas on the kitchen wall- so unexpected and cute!! I like how she has a lot of oversized art like that- the "home sweet home" embroidery in the living room made me do a double take just because it's so much bigger than you'd expect something like that to be. Very cool and fun house! Have a happy Easter weekend Jessie!!

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  4. This home is so much fun! I love the kitchen. The rustic qualities of the island are offsetted by the bright colors!

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  5. Great colors and I absolutely love the artwork. The pair of images in the third photo are stunning!!

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  6. Loving that pebbled outdoor space. Fun for entertaining.

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