Perched high above the Arts District of downtown is this chicly appointed paradise.
The underwater photograph is by L.A.-based photographer Mallory Morrison.
Boasting a whimsical mix of creative design and innovative detailing weaved throughout the space, Hall Arts Residences is the perfect place for the urban dweller and cultural savant. This creative hub consists of 48 homes within a 28-story tower. Meticulously designed to soar to new heights in the art of luxury living, owner Craig Hall has poured his heart and soul into this thoughtfully engineered spot to offer residents the ultimate experience.
The large colorful painting is by artist Jack Roth.
Employing the expertise from some of the city's top-tier design minds, several of the units were decorated with the intention to show the full potential of each space. Case in point: Hall tapped the cheerful crew at Dunbar Road Design (dunbar-road.com) to put their creative spin on things. "For the aesthetic direction we wanted to bring color into this monochromatic building," notes owner Carla Fonts Hrncir. "High-rise living can often feel cold and stark because you are lacking things only a house could initially accomplish."
This guest bathroom boasts clean lines and minimal detail.
“These antique and newer art pieces helped elevate the space in not only color and diversity but also history.”–CARLA FONTS HRNCIR
Sweeping views summon the chicest of urban dwellers.
The crew gravitated toward a bright color palette, plush fabrics and templated rugs to instill a lighthearted aesthetic. "Because art was the driving point for the development of this hotel and residential condos, we handselected the pieces. Art is what makes a space feel like a home" shares Hrncir. "These antique and newer pieces helped elevate the space in not only color and diversity but also history."
The primary bedroom offers optimal lighting.
Employing works from local vendors as well as galleries across the country, the team festooned the walls with several different mediums including photography, oil-based work and painted murals. The end result? A bright and bountiful place to call home.