A Light-filled Home and Studio in Los Angeles

At Remodelista, we’ve been tracking furniture and lighting designer Brendan Ravenhil‘s upward trajectory for a while now. He and his wife, Marjory, recently moved into a midcentury modern house in Echo Park, where they share a studio. We recently asked for a tour of the new digs, and they kindly obliged.

Photography by Mimi Giboin for Remodelista.

Above: The midcentury modern living area. When asked about his new space, Ravenhil replied: “The light is amazing; there’s a big bay window with great views. It’s a calming space to create in. The sun chases me out of the studio in the afternoons, but it encourages a migratory pattern of sorts. I love having different hours and working late at night. It’s magical living in LA if you work at home and don’t have to commute.”

Above: A view into Ravenhil’s studio. According to Ravenhil, “the gray and yellow hanging piece is a wooden pattern mold.”

Above: A view into Marjory’s work space, with a sign from a hair salon found on the streets of Brooklyn. When asked how he shares the space with Marjory, Ravenhil replied: “We had separate work spaces in our old house, so this is the first time we have shared a space. We can close it up, so it’s like having two separate studios if we need to.”

Above: Ravenhill’s cord chandelier with a surf board stored above.

Above: Marjory ( a consultant for an NGO) also makes hand-lettered signs. This one is headed to a storefront in Los Feliz.

For more on Ravenhill, see Remodelista‘s post Brendan Ravenhill in Los Angeles.

 

7 comments

Rin S.
Rin S.3 years ago

That looks really nice, thanks

Kamryn M.
Kay M.4 years ago

thanks.

Jennifer C.
Past Member 4 years ago

Thanks.

Elaya Raja
Elaya Raja4 years ago

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Nicole Gorman
Nicole Gorman4 years ago

Really lovely. Thanks!

Terry V.
Terry V.4 years ago

to each their own

aj E.
aj E.4 years ago

looks nice, as long as it doesn't get too warm in summer.