Editor’s Note: There’s an air of sophistication when you walk into a home designed by Gina Holz. The renowned interior designer and Los Angeles native is able to curate the most jaw-dropping, aesthetically pleasing designs by incorporating each client’s needs and lifestyles into the interior concept. Unlike many industry peers, Holz is involved in every stage of the process by working closely with the architect, contractor and client to provide space planning and materials that are classic and chic while maintaining a relaxed and comfortable feel. Here, we’re taking a look at Holz’s latest project situated in the heart of Holmby Hills. The home features traditional architecture with modern finishes for an airy and sophisticated design space. In order to bridge the gap between the husband and wife’s personal styles, Holz combined both glamorous and industrial elements for a final finish that embraces and enhances the home’s architectural design.
Photo courtesy of Gina Holz
This modern home was designed to bridge a gap between the husband‘s industrial flair and the wife’s more glamorous style. The finishes embrace and enhance the modern meets traditional architecture and open floor plan, for this young family of six.
The custom furnishings are luxurious yet comfortable and lend themselves to a lifestyle of entertaining and large parties. All of the materials maintain a cohesive vibe throughout the inside and out. The clients were very involved in selecting and approving materials and furnishings for their home and their needs.
Each room has a consistent theme of concrete, steel, glass, marble, brass, leather and linen. Statement light fixtures and edgy hardware provide grit and excitement to this well lived in home. This home was customized to provide the form and function that my clients requested and really looks like them. When you walk into the home it really looks and feels like them and not some cookie cutter design for the masses. As they look around at each piece they have a memory of the day we bought it or the conversations around selecting the item. After living there for a while the clients expressed that every room is usable, comfortable and really communicates to their guests a welcoming, loving vibe that is indicative of who they are as a family.