An antique leather screen from Lee Stanton Antiques and a tufted sofa create a cozy corner seating area in the living room.
Architect Gerard R. Colcord designed the entry's stair railing. A tile at the foot of the stairs bears his signature.
The home's inviting Spanish style belies its location in the heart of Los Angeles.
Homeowners John Pasquin and JoBeth Williams.
The blues and golds of the dining room's painted commode and giltwood mirror complement the hand-stenciled, striated walls.
Designer Madeline Stuart filled the dining room with elegant custom pieces and antiques.
The breakfast room wall mural by Jean Horihata brings in a hint of the outdoors.
The couple's gardens are a constant work in progress. "We make adjustments according to what nature's willing to let us do," says John.
A large tapestry and a four-poster complement the bedroom's lofty dimensions. Settee fabric is from Christopher Hyland.
A cheery bouquet from the garden.
In the master bedroom sitting area, an ornate gilt mirror hangs above the 19th-century French fireplace.
A game table claims a sunlit corner of the library.
Details make the garden.
Tendrils of moss add an air of mystery.
The garden has a romantic look.
The kitchen seems to say "Sit right down."
The architect signed the bottom of the stairs.
Art enlivens a quiet corner.
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JoBeth Williams' Spanish-Style Home
Perched on a hillside above Hollywood, this home is pretty and relaxed.