Actress Mandy Moore recently renovated a 1950’s home in Pasadena to reflect her personal style while embracing the home’s original architecture by Harold B. Zook. Moore appreciated the architect’s original vision, falling in love with the property as soon as she saw it. She kept most of the home’s original features, like the brick floors, and balanced it with a fresh, modern take that complements the vintage aspects of the home.
The property looks out onto incredible views of the San Gabriel mountains and valley, so floor-to-ceiling windows give you access to them in almost every room, as well as a beautiful outdoor patio. There is plenty of natural light throughout the home to give it a happy, refreshing feel. Though the home is very chic in design, Moore made sure to choose furniture and elements that were child and pet-friendly.
Enjoy this stunning home tour courtesy of Architectural Digest.
Mandy Moore Home Tour
Two navy blue chairs enliven this living room with a rich pop of color while the copper tables provide a bit of shine.
The dining room is open to the stunning views of the mountains courtesy of floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors.
A waterfall marble island is simple yet impactful in the white, airy kitchen.
The copper hood (original to the house) was brought back to its former glory and now serves as a jumping off point for many of the home’s new copper accents.
The bedroom is full of light and opens right onto the patio, offering beautiful views to wake up to.
In the master bathroom, copper accents in the floor complement the matching hardware.
A simple freestanding tub keeps your attention on the gorgeous view.
The sprawling outdoor space is the perfect place for entertaining and relaxation.
What an incredible home!