pamela shamshiri’s modern los angeles home.
by Chelsea Jackson comment

5/16/18

pamela shamshiri's modern los angeles home. / sfgirlbybyay

Do you ever discover a space online and get completely bowled over? That’s pretty much what happened to me a couple of months ago while browsing Apiece Apart’s Woman series and landing on this stunner of a home. With a little more digging I completely immersed myself into the historic and beautifully restored dwelling of Commune and Studio Shamshiri co-founder, Pamela Shamshiri. Designed by modernist Rudolph Schindler, a prolific Southern California architect, the home was thoughtfully restored to its original glory to showcase a unique v-shape, intricate woodwork, and crazy beautiful natural light. Of course, Pamela brought her own design ethos to the project, injecting minimalism, richness, and purpose into every single room. I’m more than obsessed with the color palette and focus on nature!

Keep scrolling for more amazing peeks into the home.

xx, chelsea

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4 responses to “pamela shamshiri’s modern los angeles home.”

  1. I love beadboard ceilings, and in fact have one in our guest room. And I was just thinking that maybe we should paint it white. And now I’m back to loving the natural wood. This home is gorgeous, and that ceiling is a big reason why. Also the clerestory windows, which always make me swoon.
    I love old, old buildings–we own some apartments that date to 1624–but I also love modern when its like this.

  2. The clerestory windows add so much appeal to this beautiful home. I also thought that the fireplace was a very interesting feature. I wish the photos had a better detail of it, because it appears to have a steel finish with an intricate facade. I also wonder how this house keeps up with its heating requirements during the winter season. It doesn’t look very energy efficient, now does it?

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