Ghislaine Viñas is responsible for the interior design of this Cummings State residence in Los Feliz. It was built and 1895 and was the first one in the area. Viñas worked with the architect Chet Callahan, and they did an incredible job. Let’s see!
The interior designer Ghislaine Viñas and the architect Chet Callahan worked together on this project, but they had a clear purpose. They wanted to keep, preserve and honor the historic features of this place, however, they also wanted a place modern and functional for Chet and his family.
Ghislaine had in mind the homeowner and the homes’ DNA when she created the interior design. She is Dutch by birth, raised in South Africa, and lived her adult life in New York City. For this unique project, Viñas wanted to reflect the family backgrounds and so she did.
In order to get everything well, she decided to balance modern and traditional interior design, and as we know this is always a good choice. Here we can see design pieces from all over the world, from different eras that tell amazing stories.
This home is filled with personal choices, and all of the choices have meaning. They have a story behind them.
Ghislaine Viñas prompted pieces to include in Chet’s modern art collection. They are everywhere, giving life and color to every single room.
Viñas did everything in this residence, from modern to traditional design, including outstanding pieces of art that set the tone across this home.
Credits to: Archello