ISSUE 8  |  LA Midcentury

Designer Visit: Alexandra Angle in Los Angeles

February 22, 2011 11:29 AM

BY Julie Carlson

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Los Angeles-based designer Alexandra Angle worked in event design and wrote an entertaining guide with her husband, Eliot, called Cocktail Parties with a Twist, before setting up her interior design practice. For this Los Feliz guest house, she combined midcentury Scandinavian pieces with a Southern California palette. To see more of the firm’s work, go to Alexandra Angle Interior Design.

Above: The cottage’s bedroom opens directly to the lush green lawn; a Hans Wegner PP24 Rocking Chair made of solid ash with plaited halyard props open one of the doors.

Above: A high-backed Windsor bench is painted an unexpected shade of pale blue.

Above: The tiny kitchen features dashes of red (note the red bulb in the Moooi Clusterlamp over the range).

Above: An Iris Hantverk Table Brush hangs near the wood-burning stove.

Above: A wooly throw adds texture to the all-white space.

Above: The porcelain Hector Sconces are available from Horne.

Above: The First Aid Medicine Cabinet with inset cross mirror (reflecting a bookshelf in this room) is a custom design and is available through Alexandra Angle.

Above: A galvanized metal trough serves as a plein-air bath.