A modern interpretation of white brick Colonial Revival houses found around Atlanta by such architects as James Means and Neel Reid, this Brentwood home is designed for a young family and adapted to the climate and lifestyle of Southern California. Organized around a classic central hall plan, major rooms are formally designed with paneling, niches and classic fireplaces. Midcentury pieces mixed with antiques are a nod to old Hollywood glamour.
Brentwood living room mahogany bar and Coromandel screen Brentwood living room with Milo Baughman semicircular sofa Coromandel screen and Japanese bronze lamp with paper shade Brentwood wine room with faux python wallpaper and Milo Baughman table and chairs Brentwood charcoal gray library Brentwood stair hall with white marble floor with black cabochons Brentwood powder room with black lacquered vanity and Venetian mirror Brentwood kitchen in Calacatta marble Detail of hand painted Chinese silver leaf wallpaper Brentwood dining room with hand painted Chinese silver leaf wallpaper Brentwood master bathroom with basketweave pattern Striato Olimpico marble floor Brentwood master shower in Striato Olimpico marble Brentwood Colonial Revival house in white painted brick at dusk
Richard Manion Architecture
Photography by Erhard Pfeiffer