Annie Kelly

decorator and design writer

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Decorator and design writer, former board member of the Whitley Heights Historic Preservation Overlay Zone

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The character and the landscape of Los Angeles is undergoing a transformation.

Is It Time for Los Angeles to Finally Grow Up?

The character and the landscape of Los Angeles is undergoing a transformation.

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