A full renovation of a classic 1931 Tudor Revival home in the Little Holmby area of Westwood, Los Angeles. We removed a bad addition to the house that was done in 1970, and restored the house to its original dimensions, with a reboot of the first floor, opening up the kitchen and turning maid’s quarters into a family room with French doors to the backyard. A ground floor bathroom was enlarged and given a fabulous makeover with Schumacher Chinoiserie wallpaper and a walk-in shower with subway tile. The kitchen and breakfast room were outfitted with a window-seat bench, Spanish Moorish-patterned backsplash tile all the way to the ceiling, Carrara marble counters, and reclaimed wood open shelving. The living room was decorated with a Casa Lopez rug from Paris, a Mies Van Der Rohe coffee table, and mid-century Lane end tables, and the downstairs den was made into the perfect Home Office with a large vintage oak desk and Serena and Lilly grasscloth wall-covering. Two more family bathrooms upstairs were redone in vintage-modern style, with Moorish deco tiles picking up the Tudor theme, and a large vintage stained glass panel installed in the new double Master Shower.