Since this home is located in Los Angeles, it only makes sense to have French doors that can be opened to fresh air and sunlight at a moment's notice. In the library, two brown leather armchairs and a cream-colored seat soak up the views, with an oversized red area rug pulling in some additional warmth.
The master bedroom of Christina Anstead's newly renovated home features a high ceiling, plenty of light, and a metal bed frame, ceiling light fixture, and banister all custom built by husband Ant Anstead, as seen on Christina on the Coast.
A room designed by Siham Mazouz, author of “How the French Live,” includes a Moroccan carved wooden door that was turned into a table with industrial-style casters, along with two green sofas and various art.
Side-by-side french door closets enclose the storage space this bedroom keeping the room open, airy and uncluttered. A simple modern black bed frame is topped with plush white bed linens and layers of fluffed throw pillows. Patterned pillow finish the bed decor adding a touch of color and bohemian style to the room.
The freestanding tub in this traditional master bath is complimented by a variety of styles. Traditional hardwood floors are mixed with a Mediterranean-style tile wall, colorful artwork, and modern glass French doors which extend outside to a private patio.
This bright white, modern bedroom features an industrial style office space. Stacks of classic, leather-bound encyclopedias and a wooden framed, antique-inspired map creates a masculine feel. Modern, glass french doors leads to a patio and allows for plenty of natural light to pour into the room.