Inspired by Scandinavian simplicity and architecture, Kaysha wanted her space to feel especially koselig; something | someone | an atmosphere that makes you feel a sense of warmth very deep inside in a way that all things should be: simple and comforting.
A few years ago, if you would have asked Kaysha, she would tell you that cozy feels like everything is in it’s place. An organizational queen, her home was something of a hobbit hole complete with gadgets and uniquely engineered placeholders.
Her home was in order. Small, but meticulously organized she celebrated a simple life.
Transplanted to Los Angeles several years ago, she knew the need for a place of her own where she could flourish amidst the busy chaotic hum of the traffic and constant social city atmosphere.
Over time, this restful home became open to any friend who needed a bed. This space, although small, became a place where the heart could rest and many traveling vagabonds once found peace in this cozy cottage.
More on Kaysha’s travel story here: kayshadawn.com
Photography: Susan Chiang