Thursday, February 17, 2011

Sheryl Crow's 1926 Spanish Colonial hacienda in Hollywood Hills

Usually I hear "Hollywood Hills" and I think, not really my style, but 1926 Spanish Colonial sounded nice, so I decided to take a peak at Architectural Digest's tour of Sheryl Crow's LA estate. I was really impressed, not just with the historic home, but with the property itself.

What do you think?

Love the arched doorways and that antique coffee table.

Original tile on the steps.

Original sink and tile in the bathroom, the rug is a nice touch too.

Isn't the landscaping great?

See and read more at Architectural Digest

6 comments: said...

Wow, love. I lived in Mexico for 2 years and a few homes were like this, however this one is far the couch in the living room area. Thanks for showing!!

AntiqueChase said...

Wow, I love so many of her decorating elements! Love th ultra dark wood tones too.

Maggie @ Cheneyhome said...

Love how unique the style is. And I just love the flooring in the kitchen - need to find a place for that type of tile in my house!

christy said...

Unique, laid back and casual elegance is how I would sum it up...looks like something I can imagine her living in:)

Megan @ Lovely Happenings said...

Ummm, yes. I could live there!

Megan said...

I had the same initial reaction to "Hollywood Hills" as you and then decided the same about her house and property. My favorite part, I must say, is the teepee - my backyard needs one!


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