By Caroline Biggs

Published on April 8, 2016

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Trend forecaster Anne Ziegler has made a career out of being on the cusp of the latest styles. Now, after a decade of cramped apartment living in New York City, she embraces the laid-back vibe of her new Los Angeles home.

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Ziegler relaxes in her Los Angeles home.

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When Anne Ziegler and husband Scott Manson began hunting for a house in Los Angeles last year, they were seeking an oasis from their busy careers.

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Inexpensive sheepskin rugs from IKEA serve as stylish throws for chair backs and sofas.

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Ziegler likes to rotate art throughout the home.

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A vignette of collected treasures: a Josef Frank candelabra, a pair of vintage antlers, and a shell-covered box given to the couple as a wedding present.

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A botanical print echoes the bright hues and patterns of the living room’s throw pillows.

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Ziegler’s office is a blend of utility and chic.

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Ziegler’s inspiration board, charting what’s new and next!

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Fashion-themed books and photography purchased from Tappan Collective infuse Ziegler’s office with color.

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A creation by Field Kallop gives graphic definition to an ethereal interior.

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“STYLE SHOULDevolve. YOU HAVE TO BE OPEN TO change.”

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A Swedish trestle table is paired with IKEA chairs.

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A recessed bookshelf displays Ziegler’s collection of Astier de Villatte creations.

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Eventually, the couple stumbled upon a 1,600-square-foot two-bedroom residence high in the hills of Laurel Canyon. The 1934 abode had recently undergone a top-notch renovation that updated the home with whitewashed pine floors and a crisp white color scheme. “We fell in love with the airy, open space,” Ziegler explains. “High ceilings, beams, and lots of natural light.”
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Ziegler relaxes in her Los Angeles home. 

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In the kitchen, a vintage French stool provides a spot for perching.

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In the bedroom, high (luxe Matteo bed linens) and low (IKEA pedestal table) cohabitate with ease.

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An oversize ceramic bowl offers chic storage in the entryway.

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In wall Shelves. 

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In the guest bedroom, a photo by Victoria Will of the band Animal Collective hangs above a bed dressed in bright-blue linens.

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“I love the house’s clean lines. They’re a great backdrop for favorite things.”

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Small bathtub with a chair.