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This LA Cottage Makes a Case For White Walls

Apr 10 2014 - 11:57am

For Matt and Andrew, moving into a charming cottage in Laurel Canyon, CA, was a no-brainer, but decorating it was a different story. The challenge? Merging their vintage collectibles with their modern lifestyle. Homepolish [1] came to the rescue by inserting bright whites, new furniture finds, and plenty of storage for displaying their treasures. The end result reads well traveled and eclectic. Check out how Homepolish [2] helped them style everything from family heirlooms to global finds!

Source: Photo by Tessa Neustadt [3] for Homepolish [4]

Mud cloth textiles and a mounted bison anchor the airy space. Not down with taxidermy? Try this American Buffalo [5] print instead!

Source: Photo by Tessa Neustadt [6] for Homepolish [7]

Two new pieces that made a huge difference are the bright white sofa and coffee table.

Source: Photo by Tessa Neustadt [8] for Homepolish [9]

Nothing makes us more envious than a gorgeous view — just look at that canyon backdrop!

Source: Photo by Tessa Neustadt [10] for Homepolish [11]

Painted in a pale gray, the deck and stairs add a slight contrast to the white cottage exterior.

Source: Photo by Tessa Neustadt [12] for Homepolish [13]

Modern art and antiques mix seamlessly in this styled nook, but we can't help but smile at the doggy in the window!

Source: Photo by Tessa Neustadt [14] for Homepolish [15]

Leaning an old ladder against the wall is a brilliant way to fill unused space.

Source: Photo by Tessa Neustadt [16] for Homepolish [17]

Sure, shelves help to organize books, but they also work well for displaying decorative keepsakes.

Source: Photo by Tessa Neustadt [18] for Homepolish [19]

Using rustic materials like wood and oil-rubbed bronze against white walls and furniture creates instant contrast.

Source: Photo by Tessa Neustadt [20] for Homepolish [21]

A gorgeous bathroom window makes a soaking tub mandatory.

Source: Photo by Tessa Neustadt [22] for Homepolish [23]

We love how the exposed wooden ceiling and beams keep the cottage vibe close in this bedroom.

Source: Photo by Tessa Neustadt [24] for Homepolish [25]

A modern gramophone for iPhones and iPods sums up the look of this home.

Source: Photo by Tessa Neustadt [26] for Homepolish [27]

Some vintage serving vessels are just too beautiful for cabinets.

Source: Photo by Tessa Neustadt [28] for Homepolish [29]

Everyday tabletop is elevated with gorgeous open-shelf styling.

Source: Photo by Tessa Neustadt [30] for Homepolish [31]

Instead of limiting dishes and glassware to the kitchen, floating shelves become storage and decor in this dining room.

Source: Photo by Tessa Neustadt [32] for Homepolish [33]

Simple glass vases ensure that the palm fronds and flowers stay in focus.

Source: Photo by Tessa Neustadt [34] for Homepolish [35]

This easy styling trick can make any sofa feel brand new.

Source: Photo by Tessa Neustadt [36] for Homepolish [37]


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