Home Tour: Dreamy California Apartment

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No, this isn’t a tour of my apartment (dreamers can dream!), but I fell so in love with the decor in these photos that it seemed wrong to not share. Set somewhere in West Hollywood, this apartment captures many of the design trends that have been on my radar: mid-century, moroccan-inspired, earthy, industrial, and Hollywood regency. The decor doesn’t fully fall into one aesthetic or another, which is what makes this space so appealing. Just like each of us have different sides to our personalities, this multifaceted apartment can allow the (lucky) inhabitant to indulge whatever side they’re feeling. And let’s be real, when you have light like that, you can’t help but want to fill the rooms with colorful, charming pieces.

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A seagrass planter, wooden chairs, a fiddle leaf fig tree, and more bring that natural California vibe to the dining area and throughout the home. Plants are tucked into almost every room of the apartment, keeping the feeling airy and organic.

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Much of the youthfulness of the apartment comes from the Moroccan-inspired accessories: hand-embroidered pillows, linen blankets, and arabesque motifs so beautiful its as though they were chosen right from the bazaars in Marrakech.

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1. Serena & Lily 2. 1stdibs 3. Etsy 4. Dot & Bo 5. World Market 6. World Market 7. Etsy 8. Dot & Bo

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Photos via Gia Canali

Originally seen on Domaine

 

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