Inside a West Hollywood Spanish Revival

By Emily McCrary-Ruiz-Esparza
Photo by Shooting LA

Justin Krzyston is more than a contractor. His distinct eye for design that considers the fully adorned room as much as it does the quality of the construction has earned him a unique place in the design community and has stacked his Rolodex with names like Natalie Portman and David Hasselhoff.

We got to peek a renovation Krzyston completed with his team at Stonehurst Construction and Design. It’s a beautiful little Spanish Revival cottage in West Hollywood complete with gated privacy and modern mid-century style.

Our favorite parts of this home? The clean lines that carry from the architecture—that sleek fireplace addition, the arched doorways—to the mid-century-inspired furniture. The home, both inside and out, feels classic, orderly, thoughtful.

Architecture: Novum Architecture

Landscaping: Gregory Davis & Associates

Interior design: Jason Martin Design

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Living Room The simple balance of this living room, with is clean eggshell backdrop, lends itself to peacefulness

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Transition Notice the similarity between the vaulted ceilings and arched doorways—it's details like this that pull together a room from beneath the decor

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Kitchen Krzyston and his team added about 60 square feet onto the cottage, and some of that ended up here in the kitchen

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Kitchen The ceramic tile flooring is from Filmore Clark, an LA-based purveyor of US-made tile

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Deck The elegant simplicity continues outside on the deck where sandy tones complement the Southern California landscape

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Garden No space is wasted—even the gutters around the driveway are well-manicured

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Privacy The home is perfectly encapsulated in privacy, even the driveway hides behind a locking brunette gate

Here’s what Krzyston had to say about the redesign.

What was the house like prior to the remodel?

The home was well maintained but needed a major update. The homeowners completed a bathroom remodel a few years prior, but the living spaces and specifically the kitchen were in major need of an update.

Favorite part of the home?

I love the living room—we added a fireplace in this room. I also really like the tiles we used in the kitchen from Filmore Clark in West Hollywood.

Any fantastic details that a layman might not notice?

The fireplace was part of our addition! I built a custom mantel and designed an arch detail and then plastered over the entire face so it looked as it had always been a part of the room.

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