Hancock Park

Driving through the Hancock Park area in LA, a particular abode sticks out on the corner: a 1921 Tudor Revival that is nearly as old as the neighborhood itself. When Meghan and her entertainment manager husband Alex purchased the house, planning to move in with their 3 sons to boot, they wondered if such a historic setting could possibly be right for a young family. She hired Katherine Carter, hoping that she would breathe some modernity into the house without completely paving over the historic details.
The result is a sun-washed 8,500 square-foot home, perfect for a growing crew. Sleek and bright spaces characterize more “adult” spaces, but the rooms for the boys are a riot of colors. And you can’t miss the graphic wallpapers!

—  Houzz
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