The Curated LA Guesthouse Packed with Danish Design

I have been dying to show you the finished LA guesthouse, and on my latest trip we finally got all the furniture delivered, so it’s time for the big reveal.

It all started with a very worn out log cabin, while pretty much everything inside was in desperate need for a change, they most important, the bones, the actually logs, was still in good enough condition to keep, so we did. Everything else has been replaced, floors, windows, the roof, and the tiny annexe, with the bathroom and shower. And we added a huge deck, so guest can enjoy the scenic Topanga State Parks.

I was determined to make the remodeled guesthouse as cozy as possible and pack it with Danish design. The rustic logs just make the perfect backdrop for those sophisticated Scandinavian finishes. With a little bit of help from my friends from andtradition, we managed to get a pack a lot of lamps, rug, and accessories across the Atlantic and safely arrive to the canyon.

Now, I am just very excited for our first official guest from Denmark – my mom!

 This post in made in collaboration with andtradition & reform. Thoughts and opinions are 100% my own. Thanks for supporting collaborations that I am excited about and that have kept Bungalow5’s doors open.

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    Christina Fessmann
    December 16, 2018 at 20:47

    Love it!! Thanks for the inspiration for my attic, the half round wooden log walls look great 👍

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