Fans of Selling Sunset know that beyond the drama of the hit series are plenty of enviable houses in Los Angeles and beyond—and House Beautiful is pleased to report that we have an exclusive look at one of the dwellings featured in the show's fourth season, along with insight from the home's owner, author and entrepreneur Amanda Frances.
As Frances says during a tour of the home on NBC's Open House, the businesswoman purchased this dwelling as her "last single girl house," intending to turn the pad into a "female entrepreneur/bachelorette oasis" before settling down.
"You'll notice that while the house is modern, it is also very warm," Frances explains in the home tour. "I added textures via the pillows, blanket, and fabrics and materials the furniture is made out of. Things you want to touch." This, she says, "turned the house into a home."
Other tactile features of the home include suede chairs, alpaca wool pillows, and linen curtains. Frances also enjoys putting together flower arrangements to display throughout her home, as it's a cathartic practice for her.
In Selling Sunset, we see the home's kitchen, living room, bar, dining room, primary bedroom and outdoor living spaces in episode 5 of season 4. Additionally, the kitchen, living room, and outdoor spaces appear once more in episode 9, as does the office.
So, where can Selling Sunset fans find Frances' furnishings for their own homes? For starters, the living room is decked out almost entirely in finds from RH, and the abode's many rugs are all from Ben Soleimani. As for the outdoor furniture, it's from Serena and Lily, and was inspired by Frances's time spent living in Bali.
Ultimately, Frances says this entire home "serves as an inspiration to design your life and home exactly as you want it. And build your life to support you in doing so."
And this isn't the last you'll be seeing of this California dream home (and Frances herself)—in addition to its appearances in episode 5 and 9 of season 4, the dwelling and its owner will also appear in season 5. Plus, the show's producers have said this is their favorite house they have ever shot at, so it's no wonder why we'll be seeing it once more!
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