The amount of natural light in this home is an absolute dream. We wanted to keep the natural light and view the focus of the space, so we finished out this living room with soft colors and materials to keep the space feeling light and airy.
In this kitchen remodel, We wanted to highlight the natural textures and elements throughout this home, so we chose to incorporate more organic features into this kitchen such as the white oak cabinetry and marble countertops. We wanted to compliment the strong wood and stone elements with a bold, modern touch through painting the cabinets a deep teal color, while also giving a subtle nod to the owner’s Latin roots.
This living room is the perfect balance of style and comfort. The two sofas are by CR Laine and are our absolute go to for projects because of how comfortable they are. The accent chairs are by Caffrey & Co/ Lee Industries and are upholstered in the Gobi Sands fabric for a subtle pop of pattern. And of course, the wall art is one of the key statement pieces in this room, which is by Natural Curiosities.
We wanted the master bedroom to be tranquil and cozy, yet stylish and unique. So we used a lot of natural elements and cool neutrals to make the space feel light and airy.
This powder bath is full of life, texture, and pattern. We paired the Pasha, Marmara Wallpaper by Osborne & Little with custom roman shades using Fabricut’s Cyclorama Fabric in navy to bring contrast into the space.
In the dining room, the goal was to create a setting that felt intimate and sophisticated, yet had an element of ‘wow’. Our client told us afterwards, "At night, the dining room chandelier creates the coolest reflection on the entire room. When we have guests over for dinner, the lighting makes the room glisten."
This family loves to entertain and have their kid's friends over for sleepovers. We created this gender-neutral bunk room for them to have ultimate slumber parties in.
In all areas of design, you gotta take risks here and there! We took one in this dining room by adding floral wallpaper, in hopes to add a feminine element to a space that was feeling more on the masculine side. We didn't know if it would be too overwhelming or not until we had the wallpaper installed - but it turned out amazing and brought the whole room together.
When designing this dining room, I knew that we would be working with this giant, blank wall and that it really needed something interesting and eye-catching. We had a hand-painted mural drape across the wall to give it a focal point.
Since this little girl's bedroom was lacking floor space, the primary goal was to maximize storage and make the room feel more open. A custom daybed and millwork was the perfect solution. And of course, lots of color and pattern are essential for kids rooms.
This home office was designed to feel productive and relaxing. We used a deep blue paint color, custom built-in shelving, and custom desk to make the space feel like more than your average office.
Lots of cozy layers and soothing shades of blue were used in this primary suite to make it feel calm, cool, and crisp.