A Silver Lake Garden: Photo Gallery
A photo tour of a Los Angeles house and garden transformed by design firm Commune, bringing together the home's outdoor and indoor spaces together in a relaxed and comfortable style.
Read The Path Less Taken Article to learn the story behind this home and garden.
A guest strolls down the gravel path, lined with fern pines, at the top of the sloping garden.
The easy steps leading to the ipe-wood deck continue the modern lines of the house. And outside the dining room is a Japanese flourish original to the home, a narrow lily and lotus pond.
The dining room, which overlooks the back garden, holds a custom table by Alma Allen, light fixture from Roll & Hill, and Hans Wegner Y chairs.
In a redwood planter, Rask grows borage, nasturtium, and other edibles.
Learn more about growing your own food in raised garden beds.
A 13-foot-tall fireplace is flanked with chairs by Blackman Cruz Workshop.
Wood-and-string chairs on a circle of gravel populate the lower level of the garden.
Containers filled with succulents top a storage space for firewood.
A casual table setting with Heath Ceramics plates and bowls, plaid napkins and a linen tablecloth by Commune, and assorted whimsical candlesticks.