Plenty of couples have joint hobbies – they run together, garden together, or cook together. Nate and Jeremiah? They bought a house together and restored and furnished it within an inch of perfection before putting it on the market for a lucky and stylish Angeleno to enjoy.
The Hollywood Hills home – a 1920s Spanish stunner packed with natural light and classic details – got an update that both celebrated and fine-tuned its classic history, which includes an Art-Deco bathroom, original ironwork, and a quality plaster fireplace that deserve pride of place, not a bulldozer.
“When you’re renovating an old home, pick some things that are charming and leave them alone!” says Nate on the importance of having a light touch when dealing with a classic. Take a look below at his and Jeremiah’s handiwork – starting with a video tour from their Rachael Ray segment!
See how Nate and Jeremiah Brent restored a classic 1920s home with style and respect.
Welcome in! A stunner of a gate gives you a peek at the yard, while the bar area’s crisp white walls and wood flooring make the perfect foundation for the dreamy, light-dappled room.
A living area filled with even more light and clean lined-pieces.
Just imagine all the dinner parties you can prep for in this white-on-white kitchen.
Archways and moldings and wood floors: oh my! The restoration pays tribute to the original design while making the home totally fresh and welcoming.
More chic lounging space, with light coming in at several angles. Plus: a perfect dining area.
And a bath that’s as expansive as it is classic: the white tile and ample counter space will make someone very, very happy during their get-ready routine.
Dream master bedroom status: neutral and cozy, with plenty of space to spread out. That view doesn’t hurt either…
And speaking of a view: the only thing missing from this one is a glass of chilled wine and some great conversation.
Want more? Read more about the project on People.com.
All photography: Linda Kasian Photography / Courtesy Compass