Designer Carolyn Miller hit the jackpot, and we really mean jackpot, when the owners of her 1926 Hollywood bungalow wanted to work with her on the renovation of the home. “I have lived here for eight years, from multiple roommates all the way to a husband, when the exterior was painted Pepto pink, the walls were taupe, the floors were carpeted, we had glass fuses, suffered with temperamental outlets, and pipes burst on a regular basis,” the up-and-coming designer tells us.
After moving out for six months while the 3,000-square-foot space underwent a total revamp, the designer and her husband returned to a perfectly crisp space that Miller designed with midcentury aesthetics in mind while also honoring the home’s Mediterranean architectural style. Keep scrolling to see the newly revamped space.
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