The Bonnet House was originally built by architect Richard Neutra in 1941 and many of its systems are currently changed still the original charm is retained.
The house is made of several volumes built into a hill, and on the inside it’s clad with rich-colored wood and also done in white for a contrast. The inner decor is completely mid-century modern, in the best way possible, with a warm yet light-colored color palette, catchy furniture and much natural light provided by the extensive glazings and even glass doors to outdoor spaces. The materials used for the decor are typical for mid-century style: rich-colored plywood and wood, leather, yarn, brick and fur.
The living room features a whole wall and corner glazed, which brings much natural light in. There’s a large corner sofa and a stylish leather chair duo. Stylish side tables, chairs and a wall lamp with an arched leg complete the mid-century look in the best way possible.
The home office doesn’t look like a real office, it’s very creative and shows the passion of the owner: music. The window here isn’t large and is covered in order not to distract from work. Red touches make the space really bold and passionate.
Another space I really like is the master bedroom, which is also done with a glass wall and features an entrance to a terrace. Such an idea makes the bedroom feel as if it’s outdoors, which is non-typical for mid-century bedrooms but so cool! Taupe walls don’t distract attention from the landscape and a colorful bedspread adds a folk touch to the space. And which spaces do you like most?