Who hasn’t coveted the furniture or accents during a stay at a stylish resort or high-end rental? Luxury residential project Outpost offers guests not only premier accommodations but also a setting in which every design detail is conveniently available for purchase.
Tucked into the Hollywood Hills, the fully curated home has been furnished with high-end, collectible furniture, art, objects and accessories, designed to appeal to design lovers looking for a one-of-a-kind turnkey experience, luxurious staycation or retreat in Los Angeles.
From Piet Hein bar stools and Meller chairs in the dining areas to Bengt Ruda lounge chairs and Rove Concepts’ Isabella armchair and loveseat in the living room, every furnishing has been painstakingly curated to enhance the home’s sleek, contemporary aesthetic.
Additional modern touches include Alvar Aalto’s charming 901 tea trolley to serve as a bar cart for stylish entertaining, a Blu Dot Stash desk, and a leather and steel PK20 easy chair designed by Poul Kjaerholm — every item a minimalist’s dream. The contemporary comforts continue in the bedrooms, where guests can expect Parachute sheet sets and waffle robes, among other fine trappings.
An equally ideal space for intimate gatherings or a private retreat, the 2,700-square-foot property boasts three en-suite bedrooms in addition to its expansive living room and kitchen area. Standout features include the wine cellar, fire pit and Japanese soaking tub. A spiral stair winds its way to the second-floor loft.
Adding to the singular design experience, the project has partnered with a unique curatorial art service by Tappan Collective to style the art in the home. Founded in 2012 by Chelsea Neman Nassib — named in the Forbes 30 Under 30 class of 2018 in the Art & Style category — Tappan partners with up-and-coming and established artists to make a number of their works available exclusively through the collective. The company’s mission is to showcase emerging artists and forge relationships between them and collectors.
Notable Tappan Collective artists include Jonni Cheatwood, Gia Coppola and Satsuki Shibuya; and the company has collaborated with brands such as Jenni Kayne, Madewell, Sweetgreen and Vince. For new and seasoned collectors alike, Tappan proffers photography, paintings, prints, drawings, sculptures and mixed media on a subscription basis, or art aficionados can acquire individual pieces.
Among Tappan Collective’s fans are actor Jonah Hill, CBS meteorologist Jackie Johnson McBride, MeUndies founder Jonathan Shokrian, blogger and style maven Aimee Song, Garrett Leight California Optical’s namesake and founder, entrepreneur and Fashion Toast blogger Rumi Neely and Wit & Delight founder Kate Arends.
Tappan’s artistic delights round out an already aesthetically pleasing experience at the property, perched on a hilltop with incredible views across Mulholland Drive to Greater Los Angeles and the surrounding Hollywood Hills. Imagine you and your friends, drinks in hand, on the home’s expansive terrace, watching the sun set over the City of Angels.
A luxury home where you can shop, and a luxury shop you can call home, the residence affords guests the ability to purchase everything through Outpost for the ultimate convenience. The minimum rental term is one month at a rate of $20,000 per month. In addition to the Hollywood Hills property, the company plans to add a Beverly Hills edition in early 2019.
No matter how you look at it, the collectible furnishings, fine accents, and unique art by Tappan Collective make Outpost an ideal choice for any discerning individual in search of a tastefully decorated home away from home in LA.
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