Entertainment Friendly Interior Design

March 14, 2014 § Leave a comment

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Let’s take a peek at some entertainment friendly interior design in homes from–you guessed it–the entertainment capital of the world, Los Angeles.

Can we stop and swoon first at this home designed by Marc Canadell? In its 9000 square feet, it has spectacular views of the sprawling city and an outdoor cinema projector, perfect for the city’s almost daily gorgeous weather and spotting celestial events. All you need is a telescope to take full advantage of this outdoor living area.

The entertainment mecca had a ton of cool home theaters to check out, actually. Pictured below, is a home designed by La Kaza and Meridith Baer Home which features an indoor theater that can be used as inspiration for anyone. It’s just a plain four wall room that’s been treated with a two step platform, couches, moldings and a projector screen. If you have a spare room that’s 400 square feet+/- you could pull off this theater room, too.

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Onto everybody’s favorite room, the dining room! La Kaza and Meridith Baer Home cleverly combined two shades of wood here with blacks and grays and it’s minimal and classy and modern and elegant all at once. Don’t you just love that cluster of hanging pendants over the dining room table? (And what a view!)

photo credit: homedsgn

Now, let’s think about this. Everybody can benefit from a reading room, right? How about this library? It’s smart and simple contemporary interior design by McClean Design in Beverly Hills and made us rethink what we can do with shelving. Note the skylight for saving energy during the day.

photo credit: californiamarkt

Last, this lust-worthy library is from the home of Chairman and CEO of Mandalay Entertainment Group, Peter Guber and his wife. Design is by Nancy Heller and goes to show food for the mind is a necessity that must be satiated.

photo credit: architectural digest via high fashion home

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