Friday, July 26, 2013

WINTOUR&GUINNESS THE ART OF LIVING: NATE BERKUS & JEREMIAH BRENT TAKE HARPER'S BAZAAR AROUND THEIR HOLLYWOOD HILLS HOME

The pages of the August issue of American Harper's BAZAAR are filled with the newly editorial-ready home of interior designer Nate Berkus and his new fiance Jeremiah Brent. While initially attracted by their new home's architectural pedigree—the Hollywood Hills two bedroom was designed in 1939 by L.A. mastermind John Elgin Woolf—it was the original Hollywood Regency details that got the two interiors designers  to buy this place and the green-and-black kitchen, 1950s stove, marble-inlaid parquet floors, and "pool that seems to lap up against the living room," as Harper's Bazaar writes, were the extras that topped it all off. Take a look at the finished product above and below.






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