Metropolitan Home featured this award winning Los Angeles oasis as their Home of the Month. The project garnered inspiration from the refined aesthetic derived from French Art Deco, classic European, and linear Asian sensibilities. The layout is asymmetrical yet balanced, sophisticated yet comfortable, and introduces a variety of luxurious textures amidst a warm neutral palette.
The Pasadena Showcase Cabana was published on the cover of Metropolitan Home, Remodelista and HGTV for its fresh interpretation of an outdoor living area. The design was the culmination of inspiration gathered on a grand tour of Europe and then mixed with a study of Asian aesthetics, in order to create a zen retreat.
This ranch style residence, exhibited in the Pasadena Home and Kitchen Tour, is the perfect venue in which to playfully pair organic shapes with linear form. Furnishings by iconic 1950’s designers, who experimented with that ideology, are featured and mixed in with Vintage and Asian pieces. Whether inside or out, the home’s soft muted palette creates a neutral background for its highly graphic art and furnishings.
KTLA’s Gayle Anderson featured this Southern California contemporary home on her TV program. The choice to use simple and clean lines in the interior helps to soften the dramatic architecture. Ingenuity appears in all areas of the home from a custom backlit horizontal wood slat fireplace to the Master Bathroom’s opening to a small exterior garden.
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This 650 square foot bungalow in Pasadena’s Historic Registry has been turned into a chic and functional office space, cleverly using every inch to create purposeful working space.
This high style home, which pays tribute to its Tudor heritage with a present day perspective, is featured on many blogs and newspaper articles. Bold hearty design is imaginatively juxtaposed with the sparkle of thick cut crystal lighting thus achieving a refined and sophisticated interior.
The mid-century inspired home was published on the cover of Spectacular Homes of California. The project focused on a seamless transition between the interior and exterior so the two become one with wall-to-wall concrete floors and the use of orange as an accent color.
Comfort for a growing family was key in designing this classic Southern California cottage. A bit of whimsy was added to the existing traditional architecture of the home by accenting simple antique furnishings with worldly findings from Morocco and Paris.