A Los Angeles Home Gets a Dramatic Scandinavian-Inspired Transformation

The before pictures speak for themselves (see end). What was once a shabby old house from the 1940s is being completely renovated and rebuilt by the design duo Cynthia and Dino Corella, the owners of the new Scandinavian-inspired bungalow. The modern house is located in the Baldwin Vista district of Los Angeles, California, and is based on a Scandinavian aesthetic with its clear lines and natural material palette.

The home has several key features including vaulted beam ceilings, whitewashed oak floors, custom cabinetry, limestone kitchen counters in the chef’s kitchen, and an oversized master suite.

The designers opted for natural wood, metal parts, and modern furniture and fittings to complete the house.

An additional 365-square-foot ADU clad in cedar has been added to the 2,796-square-foot home, complete with a kitchenette and three-quarter bath.

After this

In front

In front

More information can be found here.

Photos by Sam Wadieh.

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