A Classic 1920s Spanish-Style Bungalow Gets a $120K Makeover—Step Inside

While the all-white look was noted recently by some interior designers as a "trend to skip" in 2019, we're just going to have to agree to disagree. Because it's as Leanne Ford says "white is universal. It's forever." And we simply couldn't agree more. Case in point, this classic Spanish-style bungalow in West Hollywood, Los Angeles, California. Built in 1925, Kerry Vasquez of Kerry Vasquez Design wanted to honor the spirit of the home while updating it to feel modern.

"We used mostly a lighter, more neutral palette to achieve this as well as choosing furniture with classic yet very clean lines," she tells me. "I also wanted to utilize materials that were either already present in the home, like bronze, or that would be typically found in such a style home, like linen, leather, natural woods, and ceramics." Vasquez had $120,000 to spend on the décor and furniture for this makeover and ahead she takes us through each room to share how she styled each space.