This Starlet's L.A. Loft Is Every Millennial's Dream Apartment

Jillian Knox Finley

The downtown L.A. loft Carlson Young shares with her fiancé, musician Isom Innis of Foster the People, is a mirror into the couple’s artful temperament and winsome Southern charm. Together, Young and Innis call their DTLA roost home between sporadic bouts of travel, with Young filming Scream in New Orleans for months at a time and Innis touring on the road with his band.

“It was the first time I had ever even had a roommate,” Young confides of moving into the loft space last November. “Everything has sentimental value,” she tells us of the décor. Young's imaginative mix of spirited vintage and modern details makes for an entirely grown-up and alluring abode. The charismatic, laid-back aesthetic proves a fitting echo of the dynamic couple's singular taste and distinctive personalities. He cooks. She Postmates. Theyre keeping it real. Together, they’ve mastered color-blocking paint and gallery walls. Step inside. 

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