HOME IN LA- Alexandra & Michael Misczynski

believe it or not there are sometimes these moments when you don’t know what to say or write because the pictures so perfectly tell the story. the story of Alexandra and Michael Misczynski’s, the husband and wife interior design duo behind Atelier am, LA home!

might i also add it’s not so easy to find new words that i haven’t already shared about one of my favorite interior design teams- i think this might be my third or fourth post featuring them and their work! what i can say is that Alexandra and Michael’s  LA home in the Hollywood Hills, actually not to far from my house, is one of my absolute favorites!

i always come back to them and this house in particular for many reasons, but mostly because of their unique ability to mix 16th, 17th and 18th century furniture and artifacts with very important art and luxurious textiles, however, done in a way that is inviting, comfortable, and authentic!

this is a special week for the blog, seems like the right time to feature one of my all time favorite homes- i could move right in and not change a thing! better yet, it so happens to be the home of one of my favorite design teams! right up the street- home in LA!

all photographs by francois halard for the book interiors- atelier am and by matthew hranek for town & country.

The entry with a plaster chandelier by Alberto and Diego Giacometti, a Line Vautrin mirror, and a 17th century italian walnut table

the living room

a living room vignette that includes a 1930’s gilt-iron side table by jean-michael frank

Standing salt tablets wrapped in camel hide on the living room console

artwork by william de kooning- untitled landscape- 1960

antique floor boards in the living room

A William and Mary style 18th century japanned table displaying a group of Shang Dynasty jade artifacts

The powder room with a gilt-bronze mirror by Jacques-émile Ruhlmann

The kitchen with a 17th century Italian walnut cupboard housing a collection of Bactrian alabaster chalices, bowls, and dishes dating from the second millennium B.C.

A closer view of kitchen treasures

kitchen banquette

reclaimed wood kitchen cabinets

the kitchen

George Hoyningen-Huene- The Divers- 1930 leaning on a 16th century Italian cupboard

the loggia

A view from the loggia

An eclectic mix of art and object above and on a 17th century Italian pine and chestnut cupboard in the family room

The master bedroom

A desk in the master bedroom

A 1947 work on paper by Franz Kline hangs over a 19th century french walnut commode.

An 18th century french walnut armchair and an antique tortoise shell greet you at the entrance of the master bathroom

A photograph by Ellen von Unwerth- Diamond Necklace, Rouilly le Bas- 2002

The backyard of the Misczynski’s Hollywood Hills home

The Misczynski family photographed by Matthew Hranek for Town & Country- Home in LA!



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