Bel Air

“The house gives the immediate impression that it is lived in by world travelers who have filled the rooms with items selected for their intrinsic beauty and charm, and who are only too happy to share their discoveries with family and friends.”

The mirror glimmers softly, as do the old gilded pieces and even the tabletop.

As with so much of Rheinstein’s work, outdoor areas are crucial, and this expansive property gave her numerous opportunities to conjure relaxing spots in the fresh air.