Take a tour around model Angie Hill’s serene Hollywood home

This spacious LA home was once used as a horror movie set - take a tour around the renovated, serene interior with housetohome.co.uk

Property Two-storey detached house in a historical preservation area.
Space 3 bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms, additional downstairs bathroom, kid's living room, main living room, kitchen/dining room, office and laundry room, plus garden with pool.

1/8 Exterior

house exterior white wall white window and door pool garden and balcony

(Image credit: Future PLC/ Richard Powers)

Model and actress Angie Hill fell in love with this property after viewing it on a whim - it was originally the set for horror movie A Nightmare On Elm Street. The house is now a clean, relaxing space, with a mix of British inspiration and curvy US style, even down to the kitchen units.

2/8 Living room

living room with white wall book shelve chairs and wooden flooring

(Image credit: Future PLC/ Richard Powers)

A wall of shelving for a vast CD and book collection was essential. A staircase was moved and the hallway flanked with an office and children's living room. The living room is now at the back of the property and has a real sense of privacy.

Find a mid-century coffee table like this at Decoratum.

3/8 Kitchen archway

kitchen archway white wall lady at white counter wooden floor

(Image credit: Future PLC/ Richard Powers)

The kitchen has a fun, retro feel, thanks to orange work surfaces made of Caeser Stone.

Find chairs like this at Nest.

4/8 Kitchen-diner

kitchen dinning area white wall white counter dinning table with orange chairs and wooden floor

(Image credit: Future PLC/ Richard Powers)

These kitchen units were custom-made - the curved island unit echoes the shape of the room's circular entrance and saves space in a narrow area. The globe-shaped pendant lamps continue the curved theme - find similar at Dwell.

5/8 Dining room archway

dinning room archway whit whit wall and wooden flooring

(Image credit: Future PLC/ Richard Powers)

Splashes of citrus brights achieve a fresh, summer-time look. Prevent an overwhelming look by choosing a single accent colour, and using it sparingly, like on this kitchen counter and dining chairs.

Find coloured kitchen worktops like this at Unique Fabrications.

6/8 Bedroom

bedroom with white wall bed with white cushion window and wooden flooring

(Image credit: Future PLC/ Richard Powers)

A barre has been fitted in front of the mirror so ballet exercises can be done in front of it.

The bed, with it's sloping headboard, was bought from IKEA - you can find similar at Molteni&C

7/8 Bathroom

bathroom with white brick tile wall bathtub window wooden flooring

(Image credit: Future PLC/ Richard Powers)

The owners have played with scale in the bathroom, choosing an oversized bathtub wrapped in stainless steel, wall-to-wall tiles and a large mirror.

Find walnut flooring like this at Parador.

8/8 Home office

home office with white wall green desk window and wooden flooring

(Image credit: Future PLC/ Richard Powers)

A long counter - made from the same Caeser Stone as the kitchen worktops - replaces a traditional desk in the office, while cabinets hide paperwork and files. A circular opening, like the one between the kitchen and living room, marks the divide between office and hallway without feeling too shut off.

Find a similar circular rug at IKEA.

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Heather Young

Heather Young has been Ideal Home’s Editor since late 2020, and Editor-In-Chief since 2023. She is an interiors journalist and editor who’s been working for some of the UK’s leading interiors magazines for over 20 years, both in-house and as a freelancer.