Cool Decorating Trick No. 38 | Nate Berkus + Jeremiah Brent's Kitchen


So how adorable is Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent's new LA home (have you seen)? They recently opened up their Hollywood Regency-style Los Angeles home to Harper's Bazaar for the August issue and I'm totally crushing on their adorable little kitchen. The two-bedroom was designed in 1939 by John Elgin Woolf and features original details like a green-and-black kitchen with a 1950s stove, marble-inlaid parquet floors and a stunning living room looking out onto a pool.  Cool Decorating Trick? I love how they kept the original kitchen floor and stove (sometimes the original is best) and love how they incorporated the marble table and wall shelf. See more pictures of Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent new Los Angeles Home here.  Photo by Douglas Friedman.

Jan Halvarson

5 comments:

nicola lynde said...

Love this. The mint green makes such a great statement colour, while the modern touches make it feel not too retro.

Amanda Reed said...

I am jealous of that stove!

Becca said...

Oh wow, that range is a dream come true! Mint green? Six burners? 4+ ovens? Sign me up!

-Becca
Ladyface Blog

Carrie said...

I just love this kitchen decor. Everything is managed in a well mannered way. Diy20

Mandy Collins said...

This home looks straight out of Catch Me If You Can.

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