The home decor blog Domaine recently got a peek into the Hollywood Hills home owned by Susan Feldman, one of the now mega-rich, mega-influential founders (and current chief marketing officer) of furniture/decor flash-sale website One Kings Lane. Considering the wares Feldman built her fortune on—not to mention the glitziness of the digs owned by the site's other co-founder—it's no shocker that this 1930s Old Hollywood spread—with "really great bones and a certain kind of warmth to it," Feldman says—is impeccably curated with 14-seat dining tables, shiny standalone bathtubs, framed paintings on chairs, silvered partridges, and many a bowl of photo-ready fruit. It's all the work of Feldman's friend, designer Kenneth Brown, who took Feldman's decor mantra, "design is never done," to heart, layering a "neutral, classic look" with a tumble of decor smalls to bring in texture. "I usually don't come back from a trip without buying some unique, interesting box. You can never have too many accessories, so you can keep buying them and changing things up." Spoken like a true shopping strategist.