Take a photo tour of Leanne Ford's vintage cabin, built in the early 1900s and beautifully (though not too “preciously”) restored more than a century later. The woodsy cottage once belonged to one of Hollywood's great silent film stars.
Though not far from the main house, this poolside suite feels totally secluded thanks to tall trees and hedges. Inside, guests can enjoy a lovely living room, kitchen, spacious bedroom and private bath, or open a movable wall and relax by the water.
Vaulted ceilings and an open floor plan instantly make this bungalow near Los Angeles feel bright and spacious. To increase the interior's functionality, designer Bryan Wark outfitted the galley kitchen with open shelves and a hanging rack for pots and pans, and then added built-in bookshelves and a reading nook to the living room.