Michael S Smith has transformed a 1932 house with Mediterranean style and old-world charm, which turned out to have the most extraordinary result. He’s known for designing the White House under Obama’s administration, so we’re sure that this amazing home turned out beautifully! Join Most Expensive Homes and get the first look at this Beverly Hills home.
In a guest bedroom, the bed is upholstered in a fabric by Namay Samay and dressed in Matouk linens, while the sofa is in a Harbinger fabric. The walls and ceiling are covered in a fabric by Cowtan & Tout. The vintage pendant light is from the 1930s.
In the living room, the walls are covered in a custom Venetian plaster, the patterned curtains are of a fabric by Namay Samay, and the marble fireplace is in the style of Louis XVI.
The late-18th-century mahogany dining table is surrounded by chairs with slipcovers in a Le Manach fabric. The gilt-wood demilune and console tables are antique, the copper finial on the console is from the 17th century, and the walls were hand-painted by Atelier Mériguet-Carrère.
In a study, the sofa is covered in a Pierre Frey fabric, the cocktail table is by Jasper, and the Bessarabian rug is antique.
The custom bronze-and-plaster pendant is by Philippe Anthonioz, the pair of cocktail tables is by Ingrid Donat, and the nightstands were purchased at auction. What’s your favorite part of Michael S Smith‘s project?