electric eccentric eclectic.
by victoria comment

11/5/19

art gallery wall in citrus house in hancock park. / sfgirlbybay

welcome to citrus house — an aptly named home for just how juicy and colorful this place is! located in charming hancock park (one of my favorite L.A. neighborhoods) it’s actually on the market, listed by jenna cooper LA. this is one very eclectic and curated collector’s home and although it’s got a lot going on, it’s all very well done. i like looking at spaces like this one because it’s loaded with intricate inspiration everywhere you look, and every time you take another peek you see something new. for instance, i love their sea-faring collection of vintage sailing paintings and the sculptures over the mirrored mantle. the collection of moroccan lanterns hanging from the other fireplace is quite a lovely idea as well, especially for a non-working fireplace. go ahead, see what you can see and steal some grand ideas! for the full tour and if you happen to be in the market visit jenna cooper LA.

inspiring interior of citrus house in l.a. / sfgirlbybay

eclectic interior of citrus house via Jenna Cooper LA. / sfgirlbybay

inspiring eclectic interior of citrus house in los angeles. / sfgirlbybay

art filled home for sale in hancock park via jenna cooper LA. / sfgirlbybay

inspiring art-filled home in hancock park for sale via jenna cooper LA. / sfgirlbybay

eclectic kitchen decor inside citrus house via jenna cooper LA. / sfgirlbybay

sail boat art in kitchen wet bar via citrus house in l.a. / sfgirlbybay

bohemian modern bedroom in citrus house. / sfgirlbybay

inspiring eclectic bedroom decor via jenna cooper LA. / sfgirlbybay

eclectic wallpapered bathroom with art gallery./ sfgirlbybay

• photography via jenna cooper la

5 responses to “electric eccentric eclectic.”

  1. The Hindu Gods should not be in a bathroom above the toilet for goodness sake! What a way A. to insult them and B. to flush your blessings down the toilet! It’s a lovely display located in the wrong place.

  2. Everything fine but to plaster your bathroom with Hindu gods? Really? I don’t care what someone does personally in their house but to publish something like this?

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