Located in Los Angeles this Bel Air Residence by Carole Carr design offers panoramic views of the surrounding landscape. The project combines contemporary pieces with classical elements and materials, resulting in a series of eclectic, artful interiors.
For the master bathroom, Carr has envisioned a panoramic window that spans the entire length and height of the east wall. There, a sunken bathtub and minimalistic glass-walled shower allow the residents to take full advantage of the Bel Air Residence’s breathtaking views. Carole Carr design has completed the master bathroom with a pair of curved vanities made out of rounded stone with integrated sinks, surrounded by walls of reeded wood painted in a soft pink hue.
On the ground level, the grand living room features dramatic soaring ceilings and arched metal-framed doorways that overlook a picturesque olive grove and the mountains beyond. This room features an intricate parquet wooden floor stained in a geometric pattern, while the centrepiece of the space is a five-meter (16-foot) tall Nero Portoro marble fireplace. Floating marble bookshelves and a curated selection of contemporary furnishings complete the room.
For the Bel Air Residence’s kitchen design, Carole Carr has created a space of understated glamour, with sleek black cabinets in a Venetian plaster finish, slated oak cabinets concealing the pantry and appliances. The Los Angeles-based designer has used ivory Calacatta Paonazzo marble for the kitchen island, the backsplash, countertops and hood. The marble is carved out of a solid mass in order to create a seamless curved look.
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