A bentwood Robin Day chair keeps the Herman Miller classics company. Through the office’s door, nestled in the bamboo grove, is an outdoor shower, fashioned after those found in San Onofre, farther south.
Though Jacobson initially wanted a completely open shower upstairs, Lee convinced him that a small lip would keep the splashes a bit more contained. The freestanding sink is from Canadian bath furnishings company Wetstyle.
No room in the house is free from Jacobson's keen curatorial eye. The office bathroom is adorned with an original Glen E. Friedman image of skate legend Tony Alva (across from toilet) and a picture of Nathan Fletcher by Mark Oblow (adjacent). Framed on the floor is a George Condo illustration.
In the bedroom portion of the upstairs studio, a vintage Japanese indigo quilt from the Rose Bowl Swap Meet lies folded on the end of the George Nelson-designed bed, which is flanked by an Architectural Pottery floor lantern.