We’re so excited to have our Bel Air project featured over on Architectural Digest today! Click here to read the full interview.
Exterior + Outdoor Entertaining
It’s the last reveal of our Project Bel Air! We wanted to share all of the outdoor spaces so you could get a better feel for the layout of the home. The large floor to ceiling windows help blur the lines between indoor and outdoor living, creating an open space to entertain and hang out with family. Check out the rest of the home here: entry + sunken living room | kitchen + dining room + living room | loft + guest bedrooms | master bedroom + office
Master Bedroom + Office
It’s time for the master bedroom and bathroom reveal! From the start, we knew we wanted to do something unique and eye catching in the master bedroom because you can easily see it from the first level. We fell in love with this chevron hardwood wall covering and decided to use it as a backdrop against this chunky brass bed.
We found this incredible vintage moroccan rug and used it as our source of inspiration when designing the office. We wanted the office to feel sophisticated so we used rich saturated tones to create a moody, masculine look.
Guest Bedroom + Bunk Room + Loft
We’ve on to the third reveal of our Bel Air project! Today we’re sharing the guest bedroom, loft and bunk room. You can see the entry and living room here and the kitchen, dining room and family room here. One of our favorite things about the bunk room is that we used queen size beds! Check back for more on Thursday, we will be sharing the master bedroom and bathroom! Photography by Tessa Neustadt.
Dining Room + Family Room + Kitchen
It’s time for our the next reveal of our Project Bel Air! We’ve been working on this project for well over a a year, you can see where we started here and the first reveal here. Today we’re sharing the dining room, family room and kitchen.
When we started designing this home our clients had a clear vision in mind, to have a modern yet timeless and traditional aesthetic. They didn’t want the home to feel too cold or contemporary, they wanted something that was family friendly yet sophisticated and out of the box.
If we had to choose our favorite room, it would definitely be the dining room! We selected these pendant lights and hung them at varying lengths to give depth to the space. The rugs in this house are incredible, the dining room rug grounds the room while layering in bold contrast that plays well with the Central Park artwork.
Photography by Tessa Neustadt
Entry + Sunken Living Room
We are so excited to finally share our Bel Air project! We worked with Corr Contemporary Homes and Wolf Design Studio on this new build. Our clients moved from New York to Bel Air, and hired us to help build their dream home from the ground up. They purchased a lot with panoramic views from the ocean to downtown Los Angeles. There was an existing property on the lot, we tore it down and rebuilt this 6,200 square foot sleek and modern home. The goal for the design was to create cohesive spaces that were luxurious yet livable. We incorporated the couples well traveled spirit with their passion for beautiful and unique design.
There are too many details to share with this project, so we’re breaking it up into several posts that we will share on the blog throughout this week and next. First up, the entry and sunken living room. One of the things we loved most about this project was being able to incorporate the couples collection of artwork, antiques and treasured heirlooms they had gathered from traveling around the world. Check back later this week for our next reveal of the dining room, family room and kitchen!
We have been doing quite a few table settings for our clients lately, and we love the personalized touch it adds to the homes. As we wrapped up a project in San Clemente we were excited to document the dining decor and now we’re sharing how we prepared the table setting!
East Coast Meets West Coast
With the design of our Project Balboa Showcasing, we wanted it to have more of a traditional Hamptons beach style vibe. East Coast designs tend to incorporate rich navy blues with bright whites and earthy flax tones, we wanted to pair that classic style with a west coast casual feel. We used fabrics and furniture in bright colors and layered in different textures to give each space more dimension.
One of our favorite areas was the dining room, we custom made a buffalo check seat cushion and paired it with mint green dining chairs to catch your eye as soon as you enter the front door. Miken Construction Company built and designed this home, and hired us to help showcase and get it ready to hit the market! It is currently listed by Kim Bibb of Villa Real Estate. For more information on the home, click here!
Kitchen + Family Room
DINING ROOM + LIVING ROOM REVEAL
We love grasscloth! In this room we added a slate blue gray grasscloth wallpaper above the wainscot that really adds an extra pop of color and richness to this room. This room is situated across from the living room so it was important for these two rooms to “talk” to each other. The gray custom host and hostess chairs pair nicely with the custom blue area rug and drapery. This room has a formal dining room feel without being too stuffy.
This is the first room you see upon entering the home and we had the opportunity to create a true living room separate from the family room. This room has a great sense of symmetry and balance with the furniture framing the main focal point of the room, the fireplace. With a mix of custom pillow fabrics and vintage one of kind fabrics this space harmonizes well with the rest of the California casual feeling throughout the home.