A $90,000 Beverly Hills family room/The Wall Street Journal - Rima Suqi
Ryan Saghian interiors
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Ryan Saghian, Rima Suqi, Wall Street Journal, Annotated Room

15 Jul A $90,000 Beverly Hills family room/The Wall Street Journal

Ryan Saghian’s client’s directive for the interiors of their 15,500 square-foot Victorian home in Beverly Hills was simple: “They wanted glitz and glamour,” he said. The request seemed appropriate for a grand, 6-bedroom, 8 bathroom home a stone’s throw from the swank Beverly Hills Hotel.

The family room had good bones—a 10-foot coffered ceiling (which Mr. Saghian said gives the space a “more upscale look”), french doors that opened onto a covered patio and a natural stone fireplace—so no major renovations were required. But the interior designer, who founded his eponymous Los Angeles-based firm five years ago and has said he’s inspired by “the opulence and glamour of Old Hollywood,” was challenged with balancing the client’s stylistic desires with more practical considerations in the room where they spend most of their time.

The article goes into what Ryan did, and how much each element cost. Read it here.