Inside an Emily Henderson-Designed Home for Sale in L.A.

Updated 04/04/19

If you've ever dreamed of living in a home that features interior designer Emily Henderson's signature style, now might be your chance. The creative recently partnered with the husband and wife duo behind William Hunter Collective to design a striking Tudor in the Los Angeles neighborhood of Eagle Rock. Now that the project is complete, it's on the market for $1,599,000, listed by Lauren Reichenberg of Compass.

Like most of Henderson's work, the home combines both modern and traditional design elements in a way that's undeniably timeless. Vintage items and custom features give the L.A. abode a one-of-a-kind feel. From the outside, the home looks more like a quaint cottage than a typical Los Angeles mansion. Once inside, the space continues to defy expectations, boasting classical architectural details, rustic touches, and a modern edge (think walls painted in bold black hues). In the backyard, you'll find Moroccan outdoor tile, lush greenery, and intricate stone paths.

Whether you're in the market for a new home or you simply enjoy taking tours of striking properties, keep scrolling for a look inside this Eagle Rock estate.

Emily Henderson—LA home
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From the street, this Eagle Rock home resembles a simple cottage with desert landscaping creating a path that leads up to the front door. The traditional architecture is quite a departure from the usual modern homes that line the residential streets of Los Angeles.

Front Entryway
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Once inside the house, you'll be greeted by a beautiful front entryway. It combines all of the elements of a beautiful entry. Framed artwork hangs above a white bench while an oval mirror is situated above a console table. A few potted plants help to bring the outdoors inside.

Modern living room
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This living room features crisp white walls that contrast a gothic chandelier and a black, leather sofa. Hardwood floors, a fluffy throw blanket, pillows, and rug keep the space warm and inviting.

Rustic kitchen
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A rustic kitchen leads directly outside onto a patio, supporting the indoor/outdoor living that defines Southern California real estate. The space is open and spacious, even with a large kitchen island that doubles as a table to sit down and enjoy a meal at.

Black Kitchen
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This black tile backsplash is simply stunning. Once again the home features edgy, black elements that are warmed up by wooden features. The space is also warmed up by potted plants and small decorative elements like the mirrors that have been carefully leaned against shelving above the tile.

Dark bedroom
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In the bedroom, a dark shade of black coats the walls, contrasting with the cool blue of the bedding. Mid-century furnishings and a large, patterned rug tie the space together. Additionally, painted French doors lead directly outside onto the terrace.

White bathroom
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This arched bathroom feels light and airy in contrast to the moody bedroom as white subway tile covered the walls and ceilings of the space. With a lovely vanity and a large bathtub, it's basically an at-home spa.

Home office
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In the spare room, a large gallery wall takes up most of the wall. Fitted for guests, the space also contains a wooden desk and a convertible sofa. It shows just how much you can do with an extra room, even when space may be limited.

Master bedroom ideas
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Another striking bedroom, this circular space is unlike any other. A large pendant light hangs from the ceiling while a circular rug plays on the natural architecture of the space.

Master bathroom
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This bathroom is fitted with a beautiful marble backsplash and a unique, three-paneled hanging mirror. Above, the space features a coved tile ceiling for a relaxing retreat.

Modern farmhouse bathroom
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From this angle, you can also see a black and white free-standing tub and a black door which both contrast with the wooden floors. The walnut vanity is custom-made, adding to the uniqueness of the property.

Modern basement ideas
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The property also features this separate space that could function as an office or studio. It feels industrial, but finished; it's just the place to get down to work.

Outdoor patio design
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The outdoor patio features stunning Moroccan tiles, plenty of potted plants, and ample seating for dining al fresco. You'd hardly realize you were in Los Angeles sitting outside in this relaxed space.

Outdoor landscaping
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Finally, the outdoor space continues with stone paths and more desert-inspired landscapes. Paired with the lush trees, this area looks like something out of the countryside for a total respite from the city.

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