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Home Tour: C&C California founder Claire Stansfield's Hollywood Hills remodel

April 13, 2010 |  8:33 am

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Claire Stansfield, co-founder of the high-end T-shirt company C&C California, bought a traditional English country-style house in the Hollywood Hills and set out to remodel it for her family. The project was a delicate balancing act: Keep the traditional elegance, but update it for a modern family. Keep the coziness, but open up the floor plan. Stansfield and her husband called in the architecture firm Marmol Radziner to update the 1920 Robert Byrd-designed house. Today the exterior looks much as it always has. Even the trumpet vine survived the renovation, completed in 2008. But inside, it's a whole other story.

You can read our full feature on Stansfield's home, or go directly to the virtual home tour.

-- Alexandra Abramian Mott

Photo credit: Brian Vander Brug / Los Angeles Times

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