By blurring interior and exterior areas, making premeditated plays on scale, and adding just-so doses of color and texture, Bush pulls off a real-deal decorating feat: He doesn’t just make small feel bigger.  He manages to make a diminutive 1950’s box feel downright opulent.


Finally, by enclosing the entire house in 8-foot high walls and ficus hedges, Bush creates a sense of privacy, while also increasing the square footage of the living space.