Heather Ashton has created sophisticated, tongue-in-cheek interiors for West Hollywood’s Palihouse Holloway (a taxidermy mallard duck hung from the ceiling) and Caulfield’s Bar and dining Room (devil-horns-and-pitchfork graffiti) in Beverly Hills. That identical playful spirit can be seen inside the interior fashion designer’s Culver town condominium, which reflects her hobby in tour and style — and her sense of whimsy.
“My whole lifestyles is set creating transient areas,” says Ashton, who currently up to date the Sixty Beverly Hills. “resorts are the great amusing ever — it’s a fantasy — but residential design is so personal. Human beings have to like it. This space is best for me.”
For the ultimate three years, Ashton has been furnishing her two-bedroom rental in a “hand-curated, world tourist” manner, as she calls it, blending antiques with declaration furniture and quirky add-ons.
Images: At domestic with Heather Ashton
even though her 2d-floor rental seems normal from the road, its interiors are extraordinarily glamorous. She has transformed the small, nondescript condo into a fashionable live-paintings space infused with wonderful vignettes.