Tender is the night On a wide, suburban street lies this lavish shrine to the Art Deco style of the 1930s. Indeed, North Vista Street II itself hails from the same decade. Every detail – from angular sconces and tessellating built-in shelves, to an octagonal mirror and ceiling cut out – has been curated to recall the panache of the era, with vintage fashion posters upholding the tone. Sip champagne on the living room’s tufted, dusky-rose chairs, or head down Beverly Boulevard for fine dining, chic shopping, and a few other ways to misbehave. Glossed generation Your hosts are a lawyer and interior designer whose restoration of North Vista Street II is responsible for its vintage sophistication. They’re enamored with their location, which makes for an easy commute to both Century City and Downtown, with time to spare for their two Welsh corgis. Dance softly, speak easy In the living room, everything from the pebble-like, silver coffee table to the neatly stacked book shelf has been lovingly arranged with savoir faire. Glossy black and white mosaic tiles connect the polished kitchen to a bright iron and glass breakfast room, and just beyond you’ll find the dining area – resplendent in dark wood and lit by a shapely milk-glass pendant light. Vintage Dior ads and a chevron rug in the master bedroom are a nod to the Deco aesthetic, while in the master bathroom you’ve marble counters and an all-white, claw-footed bath tub, striking against the deep greens of the foliage.
Basin, shower, toilet
Dining table, dining chair
Underfloor Heating, basin, bath (fitted), steam shower, toilet
Blender, coffee machine, dishwasher, freezer, fridge-freezer, hob (gas), oven, d...
Ensuite, Super king size bed
Queen size bed, satellite or cable, TV
Blu-ray player, DVD player, TV
Barbeque, outdoor dining
Meet & Greet