In historic Angelino Heights overlooking Echo Park Lake stands a beautiful restored craftsman house dating back to 1905. The house has been completely renovated by Jamie Haller (a fashion designer) and her husband Craig Ekedahl (a TV producter turned real estate agent) who have a passion for restoring old Crafstman and Victorian homes.
This old Crafstman house that lies only steps away from Sunset Boulevard and Downtown Los Angeles has been brought into the 21st-century without losing that historic soul and charisma. The original oak floor has been restored and Douglas Fir millwork was stripped by hand and stained with natural pigments to restore the original look and feel of 1905. This home is warm, charming and brimming with history.
The club room is an intimate place with stunning wooden details and painted in a moody hue by Farrow and Ball called ‘Railings’.
The kitchen is inspired by traditional English kitchens by deVOL and Plain English Kitchens. The farmhouse style cabinets are painted in Farrow and Ball’s Pigeon and combined with waxed Soapstone countertops finished with a fine beveled edge.
The powder room clad in House of Hackney wallpaper
Large soft black cement hex tiles by Cle Tile offer a natural surface with depth and patina. Organic edge glossy thin brick tiles line the walls and shimmer in the filtered light from the large Craftsman window. A large tub set in Carrera marble is a serene moment with a bench style edge. A small black wood vanity with petite legs, honed marble top and antique style drop pulls adds quiet charm.
You can read more about this house on their website