Inside Los Angeles’ Best Boho Homes


A friend recently passed along a link to relative newcomer, Closet Visit. A labor of love by artist and photographer Jeana Sohn, it’s a look inside the closets of some of L.A.’s most fashionable women. Eschewing the bling-y and bawdy, Sohn photographs many of her friends – designers, stylists, art gallery owners, and screenwriters. While we love the voyeuristic look into the clothing and closets, the site has inadvertently become a great interior design resource.

The women, who tend to favor vintage and thrift finds for their clothes, have a similar sensibility in their homes. We love the great mid-century pieces, oversize speakers and vase collection on the fireplace mantel at shop owner Bo Carney’s home. (Sohn and Carney also collaborate on a Korean cooking blog, Bap Story).

The sheep dog is fabulous too.

We know we’re supposed to be looking at the skirt, but we can’t help admiring the vintage nightstands at Camille Cregan’s house.

There’s tons to admire in screenwriter Deborah Kaplan’s Hollywood Regency-inspired home. particularly the white chairs (with kids, no less) but it’s hard to look past her closet.

Art books! Posters! Bright yellow bentwood (Eames?) chairs. We’re coming right over.

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