About the Château

Built in 1936 immediately after the Great Depression, Ktown Château is a French Norman Revival-style building located in the Koreatown neighborhood of Los Angeles. Currently the city’s buzziest food and nightlife destination, Koreatown was featured in the first season of the late Anthony Bourdain series “Parts Unknown.”

Neighbored by other historic landmarked buildings, the Château’s interiors feature 10’ ceilings, custom carved and extruded plaster moldings, artisan crafted fireplaces, built-in china cabinets and European-style terraces overlooking the most darling manicured courtyard.

Meet Natalie of Ktown Château

Natalie is a proud California native with a passion for fashion, interior décor, global and domestic travel, and fried chicken. Originally from the San Francisco area, she was transplanted to Southern California to attend UCLA and has since adopted Los Angeles as her home. (Although she’s still a San Francisco Giants fan.)

Now a longtime Angeleno with a career in marketing and events, she acquired Ktown Château in 2016. Follow along here for her how-to’s and style inspiration, and see château updates and glimpses of life in LA via Natalie’s Instagram, @lagirl310.

Portraits of Natalie (2018) by Andrea Hausmann/COCO HAUS.
Web design by Craig Berman