When the actor and self-taught designer Kristoffer Winters purchased a 5,000-square-foot home in west Los Angeles’s affluent Holmby Hills neighborhood in 2010, he envisioned for the property an Art Deco–influenced overhaul. With the help of architect Philip Vertoch, builder Gordon Gibson, and landscape designer Stephen Block, he transformed the original home—built in 1959 for the Stuart family, whose forebear founded the Carnation evaporated milk brand—into this 10,005-square-foot estate, which came on the market in December. The house is a mix of modern amenities and 1920s-era decor, with a La Cornue range and a Gaggenau refrigerator in the kitchen and antique light fixtures from a New York theater in one of the hallways. Contemporary furnishings from Ralph Lauren, Nancy Corzine, and Christian Liaigre complete the dramatic design. Winters will sell the home furnished or unfurnished, whichever suits the buyer’s vision.
It is no wonder that Jeremy always says proudly: Kris is so smart
I think he’s a genius :D