The Los Angeles–area home of Bones star Michaela Conlin is as striking, welcoming, and stylish as the actress herself. Purchased by Conlin in 2007, the house dates back to the ’30s, but thanks to a slow and steady renovation and decoration process, the actress and her friend and designer Drew Lage have crafted a stylish yet approachable home that honors the house’s origins while conveying Conlin’s more current tastes.
“The home has a decidedly Streamline Moderne architectural influence,” Lage says. “Lots of rounded corners, and vaguely nautical references throughout. We really want to enhance what was already there and let it guide us.” By collecting furniture and décor from a wide variety of eclectic sources and practicing patience when it came to finding the “right” piece, the duo created a relaxing and serene home base for Conlin to retreat to after long hours on set.