Bryan Fuller: ‘Heroes’ and ‘Pushing Daisies’ producer reins in his love of kitsch while re-imagining his Silver Lake house

Bryan Fuller home
“Pushing Daisies” creator Bryan Fuller, shown here in his living room, reined in a love of horror-flick kitsch and sci-fi action figures while re-imagining his Silver Lake house. With the help of designer Betsy Burnham, most of the toys were cleared from the living room to make way for beautiful fabrics, interesting furniture and more grown-up accessories. “Bryan had his own style, a dark whimsy,” says Burnham, who wanted to preserve Fuller’s personality and sense of playfulness. Yes, that is a life-size Gollum sculpture in the upper-left corner. On the right wall: a vintage “Invasion of the Body Snatchers” poster. Both take their place with the sofa upholstered in a rich Schumacher paisley and the large Oushak rug.
(Barbara Davidson / Los Angeles Times)

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