This dining room is a combination of rustic meets modern. A simple plan that is striking yet comfortable for the client.
The master bedroom is modern and crisp. We wanted the juxtaposition of a barn door added to create the strong contrast between the minimal sleek lines of an all white palette with the rustic wood of a dark barn door.
This kitchen is one of my favorites due to the number of textures we incorporated yet it appears very simple at first glance. We have various types of Italian cabinetry combined with different wood species and then the addition of white lacquer cabinetry mixes it up a bit. We also incorporated metal and caesarstone. We needed a large island to accommodate all five young family members. It is a sophisticated and inviting kitchen that reveals itself over time to guests.
This master bathroom includes a tub and shower combined into one large wet room. The tub is the focal point of the room with the long linear shelf above it. We added a skylight to make it have a halo effect in the room. We kept the floor material the same throughout to make it feel more expanisve- Carrera marble mini brick and we used the larger brick on the walls.
A reflection in the mirror of this master bathroom to the outdoors. The monochromatic Carrera tile looks lovely with the warm walnut vanity base.
We created an outdoor firepit to act as a central gathering spot with a built-in bbq kitchen/island surrounding it. The fireplace surround is wide enough to accommodate extra seating or act as a coffee table for parties.
We opened up the floor plan and the grid book case acts as a feature wall to display key accessories yet hides the bar area behind it. It is a beautiful detail that adds a distinct feature to this home.
A room full of windows and doors. I enjoy the mix - the mix of a traditional parquet table with modern Italian chairs. Traditional with modern.
We infused metal strips in between the planters to bring in an additional element of surprise and adding a metal to the garden. The Irish moss is a nice base planting to the espalier apple trees.
This vegetable garden was inspired by the trellis at the Getty Museum in Los Angeles. We created linear boxes that created movement throughout the garden mixed with plantings of succulents to add structure and texture throughout.