Wolfgang Puck’s residence in Beverly Hills is beautiful show of timeless style and elegance. Built in 1940, the home features classic architecture that has been preserved and given a contemporary touch. Filled with white walls and dark floors, it uses contrast to create visual interest while keeping the furniture and finishes mostly understated.
I love how bright and open this home feels. There is plenty of negative space without compromising a warmth that is captured in well-chosen accents. Though the palette is neutral, it is crisp and comfortable at once. Enjoy this beautiful and inspiring home tour.
Images: Architectural Digest
A light area rug contrasts beautifully against the rich wood floors and defines the living space
A beautiful wrought iron banister stuns in the foyer and stands out against the light backdrop.
The gourmet kitchen is a crisp, white paradise.
Another angle of the kitchen reveals the other side of the incredible islands and a charming window seat to the side.
Again, a light rug against dark floors gives the large dining room some balance.
The magnificent fireplace and wood beams provide tons of character to another living room.
An accent wall with built-in bookcases stuns with rich wood.
In the study, the books were covered with the same paper to give the shelves a cohesive look.
Soft blue accents bring a serene touch to the lovely master bedroom.
The master bath has a spa-like quality with white and marble accents against a polished wood floor.
The pool area, like the interior of the home, is a picture of class and elegance.
This home is a perfect example of how neutrals can be elegant and stunning.