A Warm Los Angeles Home Packed with Vintage Furniture and Art

THe Nordroom - A Warm Los Angeles Home Packed with Vintage Furniture and Art

Sheila Bouttier is a former TV executive who now owns Galerie Provenance, a design gallery specializing in vintage furniture from Europe. After taking several trips to European countries like Sweden, Denmark, France and the UK she fell in love with mid-century European design. What started out as bringing several items back to the States quickly grew into a business and her love for design is definitely visible in her Los Angeles home which she shares with her husband and 2 children. Apart from vintage design pieces her home is also a backdrop of a stunning art collection by her grandfather Benjamin Abramowitz. But her home certainly doesn’t feel like an art gallery. With warm grey tones and lots of wood this home is warm and comfortable.

THe Nordroom - A Warm Los Angeles Home Packed with Vintage Furniture and Art
THe Nordroom - A Warm Los Angeles Home Packed with Vintage Furniture and Art
THe Nordroom - A Warm Los Angeles Home Packed with Vintage Furniture and Art
THe Nordroom - A Warm Los Angeles Home Packed with Vintage Furniture and Art
THe Nordroom - A Warm Los Angeles Home Packed with Vintage Furniture and Art
THe Nordroom - A Warm Los Angeles Home Packed with Vintage Furniture and Art
THe Nordroom - A Warm Los Angeles Home Packed with Vintage Furniture and Art
THe Nordroom - A Warm Los Angeles Home Packed with Vintage Furniture and Art
THe Nordroom - A Warm Los Angeles Home Packed with Vintage Furniture and Art
THe Nordroom - A Warm Los Angeles Home Packed with Vintage Furniture and Art
THe Nordroom - A Warm Los Angeles Home Packed with Vintage Furniture and Art
THe Nordroom - A Warm Los Angeles Home Packed with Vintage Furniture and Art
THe Nordroom - A Warm Los Angeles Home Packed with Vintage Furniture and Art
THe Nordroom - A Warm Los Angeles Home Packed with Vintage Furniture and Art
THe Nordroom - A Warm Los Angeles Home Packed with Vintage Furniture and Art

styling by Colin King & photography by Stephen Kent Johnson