So my last post introduced you to the legendary Los Altos Apartments in Mid-Wilshire district of Los Angeles. The best part about our visit that day was actually seeing the inside of my friend Cindy DeFatta’s apartment! Cindy has a natural talent for decorating, and in fact rents a space at the Urban Barn in Escondido, where she displays and sells her talent for flea market decorating!
Claire and I were treated to a tour of Cindy’s charming apartment in the historic Los Altos apartments.Once inside, I captured this full shot of the living room. The gray walls offset Cindy’s wall letters LOVE so perfectly. There is a theme of “love” in her decor, as you’ll see in the photos that follow.
Everywhere I turned, I smiled, because Cindy’s home is a true reflection of her love of life, family and decorating!
These are vintage table cards from a restaurant, now used to display Cindy’s family photos, how clever is she? I was inspired every where I looked.
The vintage Cocktails sign was quite a find, Cindy knew she had to have it!
Cindy’s bedroom is delightful. The antique shutters serve as a headboard, while the flower box at the foot of the bed adds whimsical charm.
Cindy enjoys a view of the Hollywood sign off her bedroom balcony which is adorned with vintage lawn pelicans and live plants. Take a bow Cindy, you have mad skills my friend!
The bathroom has the original tile and fixtures. Cindy’s flea market decor is the perfect compliment to the Hollywood glamour of Los Altos Apartment.
Cindy used a vintage window to create a picture frame, placed over her bathtub. The patina and texture are the right balance in this setting.
There is a theme of “LOVE” throughout Cindy’s decor, the burlap pillow with leather letters is my favorite! This LOVE art from Fred Segal Santa Monica is signed by Mr. Segal himself.
Cindy found this chair at a flea market in Texas, and had it covered in cowhide! It is surprisingly comfortable!
This vintage mantle created a stunning focal point in Cindy’s large living room. I just love how Cindy features images of her kids, mixed among antiques and found objects. That pink coral is quite rare!
Vintage skis are re-purposed into a cocktail table thanks to Cindy’s creative talents.The candle drippings are amazing.
I hope you enjoyed the tour of Cindy’s “Love” nest. I felt so inspired at every turn. Cindy DeFatta is a successful realtor with Coldwell Banker Hancock Park, serving greater Los Angeles area. If you or a friend are in need of her talents, you can contact her via email directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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