Beverly Hills Home has the hand of Alex P. White, a very known interior designer that will show us his work! Stay with us and see everything this place holds.
According to Alex White “It’s a love letter to my client—a complete reflection of her.”. Now, let’s see a little bit more about this love letter.
Alex created a new version of the staircase with glass, wire brushed white oak and bleached. Besides, we can see a Dino Egg vessel by Galia Linn and a Charles Rennie Mackintosh Hill House Chair.
The sitting are features a Chris Wolston cocktail table and a Minotti sectional. We can also see an artwork by Henri Matisse.
This is the “Gallery”, the place where the guests are greeted once they are inside the home. There is a custom sofa that surrounds a a Belgian center table from the 18th century. The chairs are the main stars of the Gallery and they belong to Jason Mizrahi. Last, but not least, the sculpture is by Huma Bhabha from Salon 94.
The kitchen is composed by bar stools from Yabu Pushelberg, ceramic vase by Jeremy Anderson and unique pendant lights by Eric Roinstead.
The dining room is the special place where memories are shared, besides food. Here, we can see some Tord Boontje chandeliers and a marble dining table. Vladimir Kagan is responsible for the chairs. The artwork on the wall is by Vanessa Beecroft.
This Beverly Hills Home has something that we love, a library. It includes a Harvey Probber’s Sofa and swivel stools by Michael Taylor. White says “It’s the room everyone ends up in at night. If my client needs a moment to herself, she goes here and shuts the door. It’s very quiet.”
Today we begin with the guests room, with a portrait by Ida Spider and a chaise longue made with fibreglass and lacquered teak by Minjae Kim.
Powder room with a hand-painted Kintsugi wallpaper by Porter Teleo.
The main bedroom has custom millwork, and a built-in bed platform. Then, we can see an artwork from Lorna Simpson’s Gold Head Series.
After the main bedroom, the main bathroom. With pietra grey marble and a Rick Owens chair.
The outdoor design is unique, and all the design elements belong to Arno Declercq from Garde, and stools are by Chris Lehrecke.
Credits to: Architectural Digest