In one of our all-time favorite projects, we converted a 3,000 square foot warehouse space at the the Helms Bakery District in Los Angeles, into a loft-style home. This pop-up house was the first African-American concept home ever presented on the west coast. The focus of the project was to create a livable and soulful space designed with furnishings and accessories from vendors at Helms Bakery, including H.D. Buttercup, Room & Board and Rejuvenation. Featuring an art installation curated by AphroChic in partnership with Saatchi Art, and our very own wallpaper, pillows and baskets created specially for the space, the pop-up home showcased the perfect blend of modern furnishings, cultural accents and global style.
Photography by: Jess Isaac