Los Angeles Home with a Earthy Vibe belongs to the Tinder Cofounder Sean Rad and his wife Lizzie Grover Rad. Let’s see more!
Jane Hallworth was the interior designer responsible for this amazing home and we can’t wait to see it!
The dining room is the first spot that we’re going to talk about! Here, you can see a Arne Hovmand-Olsen leather armchair, Hand Wegner Chairs. The lighting piece is simply amazing, and belongs to Obsolete. Right on the wall a painting by Paul Sietsema.
Still in the dining room, this corner has a Malabar chestnut tree. Besides that, we can see an antique Japanese silver-leaf screen from Blackman Cruz.
The kitchen sends a message of elegance and luxury, with a Charlotte Perriand table, and Jean Louis Berthet chairs.
Sean Rad and Lizzie Grover Rad in the family room, we can see also Minnie, the golden retriever!
This is the bar the play room. To complete the set we can see a Serge Mouille lighting piece, a Carlo Bugatti table and a ping pong table by BDDW.
The music room needed to have this amazing view. Here, you can see a raffia club chair by Green River Project, a Philip Arctander clam chair, and a Vladimir Kagan sofa.
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The office room has everything, a large space where it is possible to work and relax. On one side, there’s a George Nakashima table. On the other side we have Tobia Scarpa lounge chairs, daybed by Charlotte Perriand and Jean Prouvé, and Marcel Breuer table lamps.
The living room includes comfort and culture richness. There is a cocktail table by Vincenzo de Cotiis and a center table by Pierre Jeannette and Le Corbusier. A unique table lamp from Gabriella Crespi and a Deco cabinet.
The primary bedroom is really beautiful. lt features a headboard fashioned from a centuries-old oak slab. Rick Owens side tables and a pair of Serge Mouille sconces.
The primary bathroom has Breccia Capraia Marble and Waterworks decor details.
Outdoor details in this Los Angeles Home, begin with French worktables, Mathieu Matégot side table, and Colette Gueden chairs. But also a comfort sofa by Niche Beverly.
Credits to: Architectural Digest