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Living room mansion art deco turquoise sofa black and white tile floor picture windows Kristoffer Winters Philip Vertoch

A newly built mega mansion named “The Reserve”. The lush estate’s architecture and feel hearkens back to the Art Deco style of the 1920’s, 30’s and 40’s!  10,000 square feet of home built on 2 sprawling acres in the middle of Los Angeles in the tony neighborhood of Holmby Hills.

The home is listed for $24,950,000 by Hilton & Hyland.  A one story home with 6 bedrooms, 11 baths, a pool, home theater, 5 fireplaces, a cobblestone driveway, 14 foot ceilings, floor to ceiling windows and top finishes.  The home was designed by Kristoffer Winters and realized by architect Philip Vertoch.  There is some connection with Bourne Legacy and Hurt Locker actor Jeremy Renner…he apparently flips homes with Winters and this is their latest multi million dollar real estate project.

If you are interested though…it looks like you might be too late…judging by my not so professional perusal of a few sites…it looks like a sale is pending as of mid June!

Something very glam and retro about this home although it is brand new. From the verdant gardens filled with iron crane statues, to the large iron windows that line the checkered covered patio, to the geometric tile floors, the marble bathrooms, the detailed carvings in the exterior architecture and much more…maybe the way it staged and furnished helps too…feels like a different era…the best of old Hollywood and the early to mid 20th century.  I like.

Backyard patio art deco mansion graphic tile floor fountains with crane statues
Exterior of home features graphic tile covered patios and several fountains with iron crane statues. (above and below)
Backyard fire pit pool fountains metal outdoor chairs grey cushions
The backyard features many seating areas including this one with a fire pit and a wonderful pool complete with fountains. (above)
Covered patio grey and white checkerboard floor pool metal outdoor furniture
Love this covered patio with the gray and white check stone floor and views of the pool. (above)
Mansion foyer dark wood floor built in planters sky light
The foyer features built in planters for trees and plants and a fountain. (above)
Living room blue velvet sofas dark wood floor velvet rug graphic print armchair marble fireplace
A large living room with blue velvet sofas overlooks the formal dining room. (above)
Gourmet kitchen cement tile floor, large silver pendant lights, breakfast nook pressed tin ceiling
A huge gourmet kitchen has pressed tin ceilings, cement tile floors in a graphic pattern, large pendant lights, a breakfast nook and a sitting area  surrounded by floor to ceiling encasement windows. (above)
White marble master bathroom wrap around windows
A white marble master bath with wrap around windows. (above)
Guest bedroom mansion wood floor turquoise curtains picture window wood drawers black leather bed
Guest bedroom. (above)
Guest bathroom grey walls floor to ceiling white subway tiles black art deco motif in shower wood cabinets
Guest bath with floor to ceiling subway tiles with a deco inspired black motif in the shower. (above)
Art deco inspired gate mansion driveway
The deco inspired gate at the end of the driveway. (above)

What do you think of this mega mansion with a throw back vibe?  Like or dislike?  Would you take it if offered to you?

I would take it in a minute…then I would make some retro throw back type of friends and dress my family in 1930’s garb and hang out at this house for days and days!

Hope you had a great long holiday weekend!

Happy Monday!


P.S.  Had a very quiet holiday weekend.  Went to a barbecue with TE on Friday at AB and GB’s house.  It was in honor of friend JTH and her new hubby LH.  Fun catching up with everyone…and made new friend SW!   Will share photos of what we did yesterday in a post later today.

P.P.S.  NEW COCOCOZY LUCITE COLLECTION – Getting ready for Atlanta market this week.  I’ll be in Atlanta for two days because we have so many collections showing including a new partnership, bedding, rugs and our own luxury pillows.  In addition to many other things…we are taking some new COCOCOZY lucite trays to market.  Here is a sneak peek of one of them!  I took this photo at the office last week right before we shipped this off to Atlanta! So excited for this new collection of lucite trays!  Will show you more this week.

COCOCOZY Lucite Tray Coco's Flower Kelly Green home accessory
New COCOCOZY Coco’s Flower Lucite Tray in Kelly Green. Will be available in July.  (above)

P.P.P.S.  This week am prepping for vacation!  So excited to get away with TE.  Have been hiking up hills and doing sit ups to get in shape.  Bathing suit time!  Yay! Oy! Yay! Oy! Yay! Oy!

Photos: The Reserve; Coco of COCOCOZY

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  1. I certainly could never afford a place like this, or even one a tenth its size, but I can answer your last question–Would you take it if offered to you?–in one word: no. How about two words? Hell, no, not unless I could turn around and sell it to someone who actually believes that a token cut-corner panel set into the bathroom’s tilework and some handsome cabinetry in the same room qualifies the house as “Art Deco”.

    Not, of course, that everything is terrible. I like the elegant pools & fountains–well, minus the cranes, anyway–and I like the restrained gates, and the metal-framed windows, but that’s all the architecture, while the actual decor is a flat-out mess, with none of the fizzy glamour of early, jazzy Deco, nor the sleek purity of the late stuff. Instead, it’s an amateurish mashup of stuff that just doesn’t go, and there’s simply too much of it, except for the teensy chandelier dangling over that bloated beast of a bed.

    Anyway, for $25M, you could buy the real thing–a vintage David Adler beauty–which these days can go for relatively low prices. Well, ‘low’ compared to places like this.

  2. Coco,

    This home is beautiful. I would definitely take it if offered. I particularly like the bathroom cabinetry. Beautiful. Thank you for sharing this post! Great pick!


  3. I am impressed, I envy the life of certain people, no need to say. If I was offered, of course I would never say no, (except for the tin ceilings and some of the decor can be changed of course) and build a studio somewhere in the house, and spend weeks and weeks and weeks there instead of the office. If it is offered, would they also offer the life time maintenance of such a mension?

  4. We were pleased to have had a part in this home’s refurbishment. Kristoffer was a delight to work with. He used our cement tile on all the patios in your photos above and the Cubes pattern in the kitchen and family room areas. On the gray and white check outdoor patio tile he applied an aging glaze so the tile did not look so new and was more harmonious with the age of the house. We think his attention to detail is wonderful.

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