Mark D. Sikes’ Hollywood Hills Home

Three iterations of one wonderful home.

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If you have not already, be sure to pick up a copy of the June issue of Architectural Digest. Inside the issue, you will find Mark D. Sikes’ most recent incarnation of his wonderful Hollywood Hills home. The space is full of bright color and everything I love (hello gingham!)

Over the years, Mark’s home has been published a few times, and as soon as this new story came out I went over to Mark’s site to see the early design choices he made for the same home. It is really inspiring to look at the changes that Mark has made over the years! Below, find images of the dining room, living room and reading room as they evolved.

When Mark is not busy working on design projects all throughout the country, he is also designing a range of beautiful products. Just last week Mark’s collection of bedding, rugs and accessories for Annie Selke launched. Earlier this year he entered the tabletop space with a line for Blue Pheasant. He also has a collection of lighting with Hudson Valley, wallpaper and fabrics with Schumacher, rugs for Merida, and rattan for Soane London. Find some of my favorite products below!


1. Brisbane Throw from Annie Selke      2. Painted No.2 Sconce from Hudson Valley Lighting     3. Santa Barbara Ikat Fabric from Schumacher     4. Tisbury Placemats from Blue Pheasant (on sale for under $100 for a set of four)    5. Fairfield Linen Sham from Annie Selke (under $60)      6. Hyannis Dinnerware from Blue Pheasant    7. Ojai Blue Loom Knotted Rug from Annie Selke      8. Julian Cobalt Sham from Annie Selke (under $80)    9. Curves No.1 Wall Sconce from Hudson Valley      10. Newbury Quilted Sham from Annie Selke (under $80)     11. Montecito 5-Piece Flatware from Blue Pheasant      12. Ojai Salad/Desert Plates (set of 4)    13. Hampshire Stripe Wheat Woven Cotton Rug from Annie Selke   14. Ojai Paisley Fabric from Schumacher 

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Interior design by Mark D. Sikes

All photography by Amy Neunsinger

Hollywood Hills No. 1

Hollywood Hills No. 2

Hollywood Hills No. 3 (via Architectural Digest)

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