A peek inside a glamorous 1920’s home in the Hollywood Hills of California.
The home belongs to interior designer Mark Sikes and his partner Michael Griffin.
Sikes’ has an appreciation for classic, all-american good taste.
The bedroom’s french doors open to a private balcony reminiscent of the Riviera.
His design style strives to blend the old with the new, creating a fresh and elegant feel.
Shadowbox mirror designed by Bunny Williams, chinoiserie chest.
Black and white contrasting decor adds that glamorous element to the home’s neutral landscape.
Spacious and pretty white kitchen, love the seating by the large windows.
Elegant, formal dining room.
White porcelain with silver accents in the bathroom adds drama against the black, sauve walls.
The powder room’s blue and white portuguese tile lends color and refinement to room’s interior.
The blue canopy bed is the focal point in the serene master bedroom.
Truly a graceful, artful and elegant home.
via: Lonny Magazine