Nigerian-American interior designer Victoria Adesanmi has long embraced the art of collaboration. When she moved to Los Angeles from Portland four years ago, Victoria said she was working as a color and material designer at Adidas, and she was a livable for entertainment moguls like Beyoncé and Kanye West. I was creating art. So by the time she decided to launch her Aesthetics Studios in 2021, Victoria was confident in her own careful approach to style and function.
“I focus my business on interior design, creative direction, and everyday items through reimagining and storytelling,” she says.
Her living room look was entirely in her domain, but her main goal, especially in this space, was to be somewhat free from the demands of the city, so she carefully selected items that promote harmony. You just had to pick and choose. Layers of textures, inspiring art, and strategic splurges all work together to make it happen.
“We wanted to push the boundaries of what we could do with rentals,” says Victoria. “It’s funny, but when my friends come over, the first thing they say is that my room is very peaceful. Mission accomplished.”
position: Valley, Los Angeles
How long she has lived here: 4.5 years
Inspiration: “Especially since the redesign process began early in the pandemic, I was inspired to create spaces that offered a sense of escapism and relaxation,” says Victorian. , was the perfect canvas to get creative and push the boundaries of what you could do with a rental. I wanted to organize my home with objects that evoke both conversations.”
area: Less than 350 square feet