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Top and Center: Keith made the shelves to display Lake’s books, games, crafts, and toys – many of which came from Bryce’s online kid’s shop, lakemillie.com. The sliding doors are made from wood re-used from the house and the sliding tracks were salvaged from a previous project. Bottom: Exposed ceiling joists are original to the house. Wood wall made from reclaimed lath from house. Bryce compiled the hanging art and objects from art fairs, photographs, cookbooks, and family mementos. Opposite Page Top row: In the hallway, the gallery wall has exposed studs
that are re-used from the house and function as shelves for photos and books. The record albums are from both Bryce’s family and Keith’s family collections.
Left: The shower in the Master Bath is made from simple CMU blocks and an exposed brass shower head. A skylight above and doors that open onto the secluded deck allow for an outdoor shower experience. Center: The clawfoot tub was salvaged from a Venice apartment building and first re-used at their wedding as a beer tub, here now as their kids bath. The walls are various types of wood reclaimed from the original house. Right: Keith made all the kitchen cabinets and the butcher block countertop from Alder wood, reminding him of his years in Colorado, where he worked with that wood in construction as a framer and finish carpenter. The rolling pins displayed above the chalkboard are Bryce’s grandmothers. Bottom Row
Left: Bryce bought the painting at the Santa Monica flea market. Bryce and Keith made the light fixture. The dining table is made from 1,480 individual blocks that were off-cuts from the kitchen millwork. Center: Bryce bought the mirror at a thrift shop in Ojai. Keith made the floating record player shelf from left over wood from the house. Right: The side view mirror was taken off of Keith’s van when he left it behind in Colorado.
90 LA HOME | SPRING/SUMMER 2019