11 diversely beautiful LA home interiors to inspire (and distract) you right now

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What makes a living space beautiful? In Los Angeles, the answer is a varied as the people who live here. Tastes and style—from minimalist to curated clutter—are a reflection of a home’s inhabitants. And the ones that knock us off our feet are the ones that feel distinctly unique.

Take a closer look at some of the prettiest photos of living spaces unearthed from our archive of House Calls stories. Some are on-trend, others are timeless. They come in various colors, shapes, and aesthetics, they represent the diversity of LA interior design, and they offer plenty of ideas to steal.

Beverly Grove House Calls
Textures shine in this minimalist kitchen: plaster coating on the walls, marble counters, and an island topped with walnut.
By Elizabeth Daniels
By Sam FrostBy Sam Frost
Interior designer Paiman Salimpour likens her Arts District loft to a “cabinet of curiosities.”
A floor-to-ceiling chimney is the centerpiece of this Hollywood living room framed in 26-foot walls.
By Wonho Frank Lee
House Calls Glendale Adams Hill MidcenturyHouse Calls Glendale Adams Hill Midcentury
A 1963 midcentury home in Glendale’s Adams Hill neighborhood stays true to its roots.
By Elizabeth Daniels
A bold and moody foyer in a Koreatown condo.
By Elizabeth Daniels

Ryden and Peck homeRyden and Peck home
A jewel-tone rug and gallery walls make the stairwell in Artists Marion Peck and Mark Ryden’s former Eagle Rock house extra cozy.
By Elizabeth Daniels
A giant light fixture designed by Constance Guisset doubles as art in this bright Lake Balboa home.
By Elizabeth Daniels
House Calls Hollywood Annette GustavoHouse Calls Hollywood Annette Gustavo
This sweet kitchen in a renovated Hollywood Craftsman was designed around a huge stove.
By Elizabeth Daniels
house calls venice marikahouse calls venice marika
This living space in a Venice home shows how to layer bright colors and a mix of textures.
By Elizabeth Daniels
House Calls Pico Union Frank EricHouse Calls Pico Union Frank Eric
French doors open to a backyard filled with roses and guava trees in this Pico-Union house.
By Elizabeth Daniels

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