TriplePoint Design Build chose an updated take on 1920s style with its redesign of this master bathroom in dramatic black and white. The pops of color found in the decorative flower arrangements provide contrast against the more minimalist theme but still help cultivate a sleek and sophisticated look.
TriplePoint Design Build selected a more traditional white vanity to coordinate with the 1920s-style design for this bathroom. The pop of red in the flower arrangement adds a dramatic touch to the black and white room. Sunflowers in yellow and black are seen in the photo's background.
This pristine, newly remodeled master bathroom features clean lines for easy living. Designed by TriplePoint Design Build, the room displays a bright white backdrop with two black accent stripes on the walls and a black and white basketweave mosaic tile floor to provide dimension and contrast. The look is classic and sophisticated.
In the hallway of this updated home, TriplePoint Design Build included a pocket door as a gateway to the Art Deco master bathroom design used in the next room. The hallway style has a transitional feel, with landscape art and family photographs on display.
This 1920s farmhouse's kitchen was newly renovated to give it an elegant update while keeping the farmhouse feel. New stainless steel appliances paired with white cabinets give it classic elegance. The floor tiles and deep wood table contribute to the cottage-style ambiance.
The classic 1920s style bungalow still has many iconic architectural features even if some, like the fireplace, are no longer operational. The single shelf above is perfect for displaying a few of Nikia’s favorite works of art including an affirmation in simple words and a painting that bears a striking resemblance to a member of the family. Nearby, a banana leaf palm throws in a spot of natural color and a subtle homage to classic L.A. style.
Embracing style, sophistication and serenity, a historic 1920s John Byers U-shaped adobe-style hacienda is remodeled and reconfigured. Set in the Santa Monica Mountains in the Pacific Palisades Riviera, the house comes with a stone patio and covered porch perfect outdoor entertaining.
TriplePoint Design Build fashioned many of the decorative items in this master bathroom to mimic the vintage styles of the 1920s. For example, they installed a decorative-patterned frosted glass half window over this storage chest for a classic touch. It coordinates beautifully with the black and white tile of the room and yellow and black sunflower arrangement.
This newly remolded master bath achieves a 1920s look with the color palette TriplePoint Design Build selected for the design and special features they added to the room. For example, the beautifully patterned accent window seen behind a white storage cabinet brings a sense of vintage style to the space. A display of sunflowers is another interesting touch.
This beautiful black and white master bathroom is a salute to 1920s vintage style but also a nod to modern, minimalist living. The clean lines of the walls and woodwork allow for a more fanciful look for the flooring and pops of color in towel selections and other bathroom accessories. The frosted window insert is a lovely touch of old world style.
Embracing style, sophistication and serenity, Los Angeles architect Lewin Wertheimer remodeled and reconfigured a historic 1920s John Byers U-shaped adobe-style hacienda, returning it to its original splendor and adding new elements of warmth and grace to the remarkable property. The eclectic living room is decked in black-and-white furniture in various patterns and a fluffy white area rug.
Embracing style, sophistication and serenity, a historic 1920s John Byers U-shaped adobe-style hacienda is remodeled and reconfigured. Set in the Santa Monica Mountains in the Pacific Palisades Riviera, the house encircles a large pool and courtyard.
Thomas Edison's winter home in Fort Myers, Fla., inspired design features of this coastal home such as a metal roof, raised foundation and expansive porches. The overall style mimics that of 1920s Florida architecture.
This home demonstrates the spirit of the 1920s Spanish Revival style that was most common in California cities such as Los Angeles and Santa Barbara. Set in a neighborhood with design guidelines, key goals were simplicity of form, utilization of the slope, and highlighting of the view.