What to do with a 100-year-old beach bungalow that had been well-loved by the owners?
Both artists painted the interior deep red and pink and kept collections from their world travels.
It’s the last “affordable” beach property in Los Angeles so it’s attracting buyers from areas like the west side they may have been priced out of.
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Hand Turned Wooden Vase Set
Vintage Brass Duck Book End Pair
Vintage Maurice Burke Safari Chair
Vintage Drexel Accolade Campaign Sofa Table
Vintage Cement Horse
First things first we painted everything a great Behr color, Moonlight Beach, and removed all of the window coverings to let the sunshine in. A custom banquette with colorful pillows is where buyers wanted to sit and stay.
100-year-old homes with character intact can handle loads of unique vintage pieces, some from the same era and some mid-century mixed with just enough modern to keep it funky and fun and attract the same in a buyer.
Outcome: After 12 strong offers and a bidding war, this little jewel box sold for well over asking to a lovely couple from Silicon Valley.