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I think of Thom York singing ‘Everything in Its Right Place’ when I look at Greg and Christy Billock’s Los Angeles home. All the pieces, from the midcentury décor to the Spanish-style bones of the 1930s three-bedroom house, complement one another. Poring over the space is a meditation. The dark woods evoke wisdom from the trees, and the rich metals a grounded vibe. All the while textured tiles and ceramics elicit a sense of calm. It’s a place where art, intention, and comfort collide—which all comes from the talent of Kirsten Blazek.
The creative director behind multifaceted design firm A1000xBetter, Blazek approached the Billock’s home in the same vein she does all her projects: by looking at the nuance and layers of the life that will unfold there. Creatives and avid cooks who love to host, the Billocks live here with their two children. To support how they inhabit the space, Blazek—who worked with designer Patrick Maziarski on the project—employed her experience in art and color theory in every design choice.