Step Inside Nina Dobrev's Bright California-Cool Bungalow

Jillian Knox Finley

A ping-pong table and a ball gown were among the first things to enter onto the scene of actress Nina Dobrev’s edgy West Hollywood abode. The 1929 Spanish-style four-bedroom home, chicly outfitted into a sleek and cosy modern bungalow with the help of Consort Design (the L.A. design team helmed by MyDomaine’s former editorial director Mat Sanders and his partner Brandon Quattrone), channels a clever juxtaposition of effortless California cool and luxe sophistication. 

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This story was originally published on December 23, 2015, and has since been updated. For more home tours, subscribe to our newsletter.

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