A master bedroom, with twenty foot tall ceilings, in a rich saturated green colorway. The clients are parents to two young children who work hectic schedules, so we wanted their primary bedroom (designed from ground up) to be a warm cozy retreat.
We designed this space for a busy and active family, who wanted the ultimate entertaining and lounge spot. As we started from scratch, we kicked off this room with an extra large (performance fabric!) sectional and two swivel chairs, so everyone gets a comfortable seat in the house. Photos coming soon, which will include a baby grand piano positioned in the corner of this roomy living space.
Designing this multi-purpose space as a playroom and media "movie-night" space. Color, pattern, and a built-in reading nook under the stairs, make this space feel extra special for this sweet family.
An active family with young children, this space was designed to be an entertaining living room, that was also kid-friendly. Rich mix of woods and metals, and a large brick wall featuring an original fireplace, this room is coming soon!
This room was designed for a family of four, with the intention of having it feel indoor-outdoor living with a large expansive backyard connected. Clients wanted to focus on natural materials and a light and airy color palette, inspired by the husband's love for surfing.
This bathroom remodel focused on gorgeous marble materials, done in interesting shapes and tile lays. Brushed nickel mixed with brass, and unique lighting, brings this space to life.
This bathroom was designed for a little boy, with the intention of aging gracefully with him. Varying tones of blues and brass across fixtures and finishes adds both a playfulness and depth to this space.
A zen sanctuary, designed for two busy parents. A stunning marble pattern to support the large walk in, double rainhead shower system, and a large floating tub under a window. We mixed brass and brushed nickel to add some personality to this large primary bathroom, and let the marble be the real hero across the shower walls and floors.
We got a bit playful and cheeky with this guest bathroom. Pops of black, mixed with concrete inspired materials, and a graphic tile pattern on the shower walls brings this space to life.
A bathroom designed for a young baby girl. We did a playful tile pattern, and a marble mosaic shower/bath wall tile. We had fun with the warm blue-green paint color, and hanging wall sconces for some added visual interest.
Designed this space for a young lady, as a room that would feel right as she transitions from kid to tween. Her favorite color is pink (much to her mom's dismay!), so we created a playful, yet refined, bedroom for her to spend her time.