Not much for me to say about this place – Greg’s contemporary in Granada Hills, California.
Beautiful! Love love love the light fixtures – are they all one ‘set’? Where did you find them? Ooooh, I see you even kept your cottage cheese ceiling!
I particularly like how Greg has kept his color palette simple — taupey/grey paint on the paneled walls with the same tonality reflected in the grasscloth, some olive, black, white and brown — all accented by punches of orange dancing throughout.
Greg, in a Comment – can you share your paint colors, and your grasscloth source/design?
Do you love those orange lights? They are Moe Honeycombs — see the catalog pages that I posted here.
What TLC and tidy, too! Are those starburst door fittings on the front door?
Here is more from Greg:
This place was built in 1962, adjacent to the Knollwood country club in Granada Hills, CA. I have researched every lighting fixture, cabinet knob and drawer pull. I had to because it had all been “updated” by the seller 2 years ago, and all vintage lighting and hardware was thrown out. I selected almost every light out of early 60’s Moe Lighting and Progress Lighting catalogs.
I still need kitchen tiles replaced and a better floor put in, but it works for now. Hope you like it!
PS: I have a selection of original-restored wall clocks and lighting for sale, should anyone be interested.
Welcome to the Retro Reno gang, Greg and thanks so much for sharing your home!