A few years ago, Steve worked on a re-model project on a beautiful Wallace Neff home in Beverly Hills. His client filled the home with gorgeous furniture and artwork. I thought you might enjoy seeing some pictures of this home...
The ornate iron work on the stairway is just gorgeous and authentically Wallace Neff.
Another view of the entry looking toward the living room and front door. The light fixtures are original to the home that was built in the 1920's.
The living room is in the front of the home and has a magnificent fire place.
Steve's client had an amazing art collection. These paintings set the tone for the living room.
The stenciled wood beams are also original to this home.
A collection of landscapes frame the fireplace.
A new gothic arched window seat faces the front of the house above the entry hall.
The gothic arch shape of the wood paneled book shelves that Steve designed mimic the shape of the windows.
This is the only image I have of the intimate dining room.
the library is a warm wooded room.
I have shown the kitchen in another post, but I felt it was worth showing again here.
The kitchen is entirely new but feels like it could be original. The ceiling tiles are also new.
I love the enormous quilted stainless steel and plaster hood that surrounds the stove.
This newly design sitting area behind the kitchen has a beautiful vaulted ceiling and arched doors
I could imagine spending some time in the green house!
The view from inside.
The view of the back of the art studio that Steve designed.
The master bedroom is beautiful and unpretentious.
Steve combined the master bath and closet to make one magnificent room that used to be a balcony!
Steve designed all of the paneling to look like an old library.
The tub in the master bath site on a marble slab floor that picks up the camel color
finish of the wood of the cabinetry.
The walls and floor of the double master shower are the same marble slab.
This is the guest house that several of you have seen before in my guest house post
This window that Steve designed is one of my favorite elements of this building.
This is the sitting room of the brand new guest house. The beamed ceiling is wonderfully detailed.
Another view of the sitting room. I love the bottle glass windows that Steve designed.
The new guest house kitchen has my favorite stainless steel counter tops.
I love the detailing in the new guest bathroom. It feels so authentically 1920's!
The Calacutta slab behind the tub with the wall mount faucet is simple and gorgeous.
To see more of this home and other beautiful homes check out Russell Versace's
Roots of Home as well as the post I did about it here.
Have a relaxing Sunday!