Before & After: A Beverly Hills home has a bohemian makeover

This 1960s Beverly Hills home – originally constructed by the architect behind Elvis and Priscilla Presley’s L.A. retreat, Rex Lotery – has been given a contemporary makeover that pairs the mid-century style with a boho vibe for a serene yet sophisticated space. With a calming color palette thrown in for good measure, the transformation of this modern home is something you’ll be itching to replicate yourself. 

The renovation is all thanks to the handy work of Hollis Jordyn Design, a studio headed by childhood friends, Hollis LaPlante and Jordyn Grohl. The duo thoughtfully reimagined and restored the three bedroom home, elevating the design and opening up to floorplan for a lighter, more airy space suitable for modern living. With a mid-century modern aesthetic the designers nod towards the home’s heritage, while the bohemian style captures the essence of the Californian coastline.

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