Last month I attended an event at probably one of the most interesting architectually designed homes, quintessential of California living, in Venice, CA. The home is more noticably recognzied as being featured on the hit tv show Californication. The architect is David Hertz and it is also his home. The event was hosted by Adorne, makers of switch plates and wall plates, that offer a seamless minimal contemporary design, a perfect fit for the McKinley House.
I truly felt very “at home” here!
Beyond the entrance is a living room, with a secondary “sunken” family room area.
Adorne outlets and switch plates are featured in the entire home, for a very seamless look.
A stair detail I love!
The switch plates installed by LeGrand and Adorne.
A fun art gallery wall featuring children’s artwork seen in an upstairs hallway.
In conjunction with the interior courtyard, comprised of indoor / outdoor living spaces, is an outdoor bathroom with a sink and shower. The outdoor areas also include a full kitchen and media room.
Outdoor dining and music during the event.
The poolside area is great for entertaining.
All photos by Jill Seidner Interior Design