New York native and Los Angeles transplant Jenny Levy knows a thing or two about crafting an eye-pleasing arrangement. As a stylist and costume designer, Levy creates the perfect ensembles to tell a story, not unlike the décor of her family’s 1930s three-bedroom home in Los Angeles’ Los Feliz area.
“I wanted to have a home that feels like our family—welcoming, warm, and cozy, not precious,” Levy says. “I wanted a livable place that I wouldn’t have to worry about but at the same time, I wanted it to be chic and lovely to look at.” A mainly neutral space accented with bright colors and an impressive art collection, Levy’s home is a laid-back yet functional space where a mix of materials and modern-influenced furniture combine in harmony.
Pottery Barn Teen Oversize Capiz Chandelier ($299)
1st Dibs Modernist Dining Suite by John O. Van Koert ($7900)
Modernica Molded Fiberglass Rocking Chair ($435)