Lorena California: One of my favorite furniture pieces are these vintage 1960s Broyhill modular plastic cabinets. The lemon and lime colors I like even better than the Raymond Loewy pieces they are knockoffs of. We use the credenza to store and play vintage records and eight-tracks.
Carpet: Linoleum City; credenza: vintage Broyhill; chair: vintage
LC: This floating couch is one of my favorites and is something I've always dreamt of owning. I splurged in reupholstering the sofa in that color. One of my best friends works for Kelly Wearstler and couldn't believe I had the same couch Kelly was currently pricing out to go into production.
Design note: The high-pile orange shag carpeting is actually area rugs with the bindings cut off and laid as carpet.
Carpet: Linoleum City; couch: vintage; shelving: vintage Umbo
LC: I love the yellow Umbo shelves, I have vintage Barbie cases and other things on them, but I'm not sure that any trinket or knickknack could ever outshine the shelves themselves. I also find the materials plastic and Lucite very appealing. They're simply so pretty and shiny.
Carpet: Linoleum City; shelving: Ikea and vintage Umbo; chair: vintage
Carpet: Linoleum City
LC: John, Paul, George and Ringo.
AA: What would be on your soundtrack?
LC: The Monkees' greatest hits.
Carpet: Linoleum City; table and chairs: vintage
AA: What do you love most about your city?
LC: Los Angeles is my oyster. Even though I am pretty much a homebody, if I wanted to go out and do anything, I certainly have the option. When we aren't playing at home, a favorite neighborhood spot is the nearby Pins and Needles pinball arcade.
LC: It would have been a lot easier if granite, stainless steel and hardwoods didn't make me gag!
Carpet: Linoleum City; shelving: vintage; chair: vintage Herman Miller
AA: What advice would you offer other homeowners going through a renovation?
LC: You shouldn't just double your worst-case-scenario estimate. You should triple it.
Glass tile: Modern Home
AA: Do you have any other home projects in the works?
LC: We just did the master bathroom, but we'd like to redo the fence in the front yard so it's accessible from the living room.
Wallpaper: Designyourwall.com; carpet: Linoleum City; lamps: vintage
AA: Tell me about your collections.
LC: I like to collect female fetish figures, Dolly Lollies and the like; bright colors; trippy patterns; Lucite; '70s maxi dresses that were weird rehash mashes of '60s psychedelic motifs. I am ever refining and honing, replacing and upgrading.
Carpet: Linoleum City
LC: I really like the citrus palette for the downstairs, accented with coffee shop turquoise for the kitchen. Pink and red for love in the bedroom, and I'm sure most people would agree, but lime green really goes with anything.
Carpet: Linoleum City; dresser: vintage Broyhill; chair: vintage
AA: Does your home decor influence your fashion and work as a wardrobe stylist?
LC: It does. If you love it, you should live it.
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