Can I get a drumroll please… its Before and After time guys!
#ClientHollaatLaJolla is finally completed!! We’ve been working on this house for the past 2 years and it’s the best feeling that we have happy clients in the end. When we started, this house was a little bungalow. The clients had plans to smash it down to the ground and start from scratch. They wanted a modern farmhouse vibe, and so the exterior of the house was basically set in stone,
I have been holding on to these bad boys for waaaaay to long. This project was a cute, fun, and very quick little makeover we did for Elyse Walker of the famed clothing stores, Elyse Walker and Forward. It was so awesome getting to work with a true “Girl Boss” who means business. When she reached out, she literally said to me…”I know my time line is fast , but I make quick decisions”….and no truer words have ever been spoken.
Well this has been quite the long pause guys. I would apologize, but if you follow me on IG, you have probably noticed that I am a little bit buried under piles of projects. At the end of tackling all the client work related stuff that goes on in the day, it’s hard to remember to come to the blog. I have basically turned to IG as my way to stay connected to the social media world. No matter how much I say,
Can you believe it? I’ve got ANOTHER client reveal to show you!!
I’m not evening kidding, I’m pretty sure this is a record for me! 3 reveals in only a couple months, not bad. We spent the better part of last year designing a bunch of “ground ups” and major remodels, so it’s so cool to FINALLY have some proof I actually work…HAHA! Coming up, we will have our East coast client in Connecticut, our La Jolla client,
HEY! It’s BEFORE + AFTER time!!! I know I’ve been adding a ton of spoilers to my Instagram of #ClientOhHiOjai, but the real deal is finally here and it’s about GD time. This house has been my EVERYTHING for the past year and I’m so thrilled for it’s debut. I can not say enough great things about this family. Besides being cool, and cute as ever, they were direct and clear in their vision for the home..