This beautiful white home belongs to a retired Los Angeles record executive turned successful restaurateur – Leah Simon. The interior design of this mid-century ranch house is filled with flavor to savor and then some. Carefully chosen contemporary furniture mixed with whimsical and playful inspirations are just some of the key ingredients. Leah worked with designer Susanna Kost and architect Jim Sullivan to complete her vision. The spaces are bold and interesting maintaining a special flow without compromising excitement!
When Leah contacted us, we almost couldn’t believe the home was sitting on a street named Whitehaven in Baton Rouge. Yes – Whitehaven! The exterior façade which was originally pink was painted white which makes the home look brilliant and sets the stage for all the goodness inside. White is everywhere, celebrated but not overused – absolutely love it!
As you enter the home, you’re greeted by these very regal repurposed 1970s chairs that were discovered discarded on the curb outside a furniture store. I’m really feeling the Starck Ghost Chairs and Frank Gehry lighting which really enhance the dining space. The kitchen is spacious and stunningly white. I’m also feeling the exquisite upholstered pieces and artwork throughout the home. The unique choices and thoughtful touches scream creativity and exceptionally good taste!
Images via Metropolitan Home.