If you’re just tuning in, I’m working with an awesome team to renovate a Spanish style house in the center of Los Angeles, in the historic View Park neighborhood. It is 1860 square feet oasis and was built in 1930. It sits on a large, magical lot surrounded by palm trees and birds of paradise. It was 3 bedrooms and 3 baths — but now we are morphing it into a 4 bedroom and 3.5 bath home!
For the front walkway leading into the home and the back balcony, I chose tile from the Cement Tile Shop’s instock selection due to the tight timeline.
I ultimately selected the Bordeaux IV pattern — which I liked because it is classic but has good contrasts with the white, black and off white color scheme. The stucco will be painted white, trim will be a soft black.
I’m so grateful to have the Cement Tile Shop on board for this — I could get lost going through all of their options for days! Check out some of my other faves to get a taste of their work (below).
Let me just say, it’s a good thing I’m my own client on this project because all of the design inspiration is in my head for the exterior of the house… and I do not have a mock up!!! A dangerous place, ha!
I can’t wait to show you the COCOCOZY Design House’s brand new walkway and back patio sooner rather than later! Thank you again to the Cement Tile Shop for making it all possible.