Los Angeles-based designer Alexandra Angle worked in event design and wrote an entertaining guide with her husband, Eliot, called Cocktail Parties with a Twist, before setting up her interior design practice. For this Los Feliz guest house, she combined midcentury Scandinavian pieces with a Southern California palette. In the picture featured above the cottage’s bedroom opens directly to the lush green lawn; a Hans Wegner PP24 Rocking Chair made of solid ash with plaited halyard props open one of the doors. To see more of the firm’s work, go to Alexandra Angle Interior Design. Via
An Iris Hantverk Table Brush hangs near the wood-burning stove.
A wooly throw adds texture to the all-white space.
A high-backed Windsor bench is painted an unexpected shade of pale blue.
The porcelain Hector Sconces are available from Horne.
A galvanized metal trough serves as a plein-air bath.
The tiny kitchen features dashes of red (note the red bulb in the Moooi Clusterlamp over the range).
The First Aid Medicine Cabinet with inset cross mirror (reflecting a bookshelf in this room) is a custom design and is available through Alexandra Angle.
Photos: Lucas Allen