Tour a Photographer's Insanely Chic Home in Los Angeles

Sacha Strebe

While we all lust for that Insta-worthy aesthetic, there’s an art to designing your home so that it lives beyond the double tap. Magazine-worthy spaces look great on screen, but how do they work in the real world? Someone who’s nailed that fashion-versus-function design conundrum is Los Angeles–based interior design photographer Monica Wang. Located on the outskirts of the hip Koreatown neighborhood, Wang and her husband crafted an interior that is absolutely the best of both worlds, and they “absolutely love living there.”

“It’s bright and airy and reminds me every day why I moved to L.A.,” she told Gray Malin. The stylish snapper clearly has a passion for that laid-back Californian style with a heady dose of Scandinavian and boho vibes. “I try to mix in influences here and there to make it my own,” she said. “I look for furniture pieces and accessories that truly fit into the space and are functional. I still wanted our home to feel approachable and cozy at the end of the ” Not sure about you, but we’re off to buy everything to re-create that divine dining room.

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