Found: the home that epitomizes California living. At the base of the Hollywood Hills lies a light and airy apartment filled with a mix of contemporary and Asian-inspired pieces. After one look at the home's color-saturated upholstery, eclectic knickknacks, and perfectly placed succulents, it's clear that this has to be the home of a designer — a Homepolish designer , to be exact. A true mix of high and low, this pad has become the canvas for Orlando Soria's truly unique, West Coast style.
Although the apartment is comprised of mostly neutrals, the blue sofa centers the room with a contemporary touch.
Sticking with a palette of brown, black, and gold helped to unify the bedroom's mix of Asian, midcentury, and modern pieces.
A closer look at the perfectly styled coffee table complete with succulents.
Asian pieces help to create a serene setting among the master bedroom's modern foundation.
A striped rug pops in the white, sunny living room. The two small chairs (surrounded by plants) offer extra seating without overpowering the space.
This gallery wall  becomes a way for Orlando to hang his flea market finds as well as original works from his artist friends.
Nothing makes a bedroom like a unique headboard. This Japanese headboard doubles as art and is an alternative way to decorate over the bed .
The midcentury modern table and chairs make a statement without overpowering the small space.
For an organized bookcase  like Orlando's, try styling books by color and arranging them both vertically and horizontally. You can also add small touches like flowers and meaningful accents throughout.
Choosing a solid sofa works as the base for an eclectic mix of patterns and textures.
Love the succulent look? Consider adding these versatile options  to your coffee table or desk. Trust us, they're one of the easiest plants you could ever keep !