25th Sunday Mar 2012

1922 Spanish Bungalow: 1418 Coronado Terrace, Los Angeles, 90026

As the owner of a picture-perfect 1928 Spanish bungalow, I’ve often struggled with having modern design elements in my home–until now. Making me seriously reconsider are the mother-daughter design team of Madison Modern Home in Glendale.

Though I’ve seen many examples of “modern Spanish” over the years, few have worked as well as their staging project at 1418 Coronado in Silver Lake. The combination of Mid-Century modern pieces with vintage finds gives the home a cozy, warm feel that only enhances the character of the home. To see the entire project, click here. For more information about this Spanish beauty, let me know.

1418 Coronado Terrace, Los Angeles, 90026
2 bedrooms/1 bath
1122 sq. ft., 4996 sq. ft. lot
1922 Spanish Bungalow
Complete Redo, Modern Design Elements


Stainless steel range with a vintage cooking scale

An Indian throw and white shag rug fit perfectly together

Bath with glass enclosure

Neutral sectional with pops of color. Listing courtesy of Ann Sugi – Dilbeck

Photography courtesy of Michael Hillman.

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  1. Robin DeCapua said:

    March 25, 2012 at 3:00 pm

    Thanks so much, Vanessa! We’re thrilled to be featured, and we would love to stage more Eastside Soulful Abodes. Best, Robin

    • Vanessa said:

      March 25, 2012 at 3:05 pm

      You do beautiful work! Looking forward to seeing more of your projects!

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