Alta La Jolla
In this project, the clients had not updated their home since the 1990's. Our design was focused on cleaner lines and less clutter.
We incorporated pieces of furniture that the client wanted to keep while highlighting the new design. The result is a place of balance and beauty, in harmony with its surroundings.
Palm Desert Oasis
The owners of this space sought to retain the architecture but soften its formality. They also did not want the furnishings to overtake all of their beautiful art. This was done through the clever use of stylish furnishings and the innovative use of form and color, which dramatically transformed the space into their desert retreat.
La Jolla Belvedere
This was a project that we were brought in on AFTER it had been torn down to the studs due to a flood. It was 5,000 square feet of framing when we took it on.
The home was completely re-imagined to create a timeless space that builds appeal and interest through layered decor elements. The final result exceeded our clients’ expectations!
The home was purchased in 1991 so there were many years to catch up on.The project was done in stages according to what the client could afford at any given time.
The main goal was to make the changes that would have the most impact and stay within budget.
San Carlos Mid Century Modern
The owner of this space sought to make the furnishings truly coincide with the Mid Century Architecture of the home.
La Jolla Flip Project
This was a FLIP PROJECT. Our client's mother had lived here for 35 years and nothing had been done. GOAL: Make changes that would have the most financial impact for the least amount of money.
RESULT:The total cost was much less than the financial gain. We were able to bring in this project UNDER the Original Budget Estimate. THE PROJECT SOLD FOR ABOVE ASKING PRICE ON THE FIRST DAY IT WAS SHOWN!!!