OK, So normally I bombard you with the entire house all in one go, but I am going to try a little something different this time and split the whole house into parts! There is a lot of house to cover…and basically I find my super long before and after posts really annoying, so you must also, HA!
I rarely give you a full backstory with our projects, but in this case it was such an interesting one,
Not only is it my fave time of year, but I am about to drop my fave kinda post….THE GLORIOUS before + after – it feels like Christmas morning ALREADY – am I right!?
Ohhhhh #ClientZtotheEtotheN… It’s been SO fun to work with this young & hip, newly engaged couple over yonder in Venice Beach. We did a whole do over on their pad with a few remodels here and there. I’m officially OBSESSED with how everything turned out and the color palette –
Sorry about yesterday’s ghost post…we had a small glitch in our Matrix, and screwed up BIG TIME! Anyways, I hope that it was worth the wait!?
Before I let you view the goods I have to say how much I LOVED these clients. They were what us designers folks dream for Easy going, trusting, kind, a little loose with the cash, and really really good-looking! haha. No but for real-sies…I heart them. I introduce you tooooo #clientcoolasacucumber
Did I ever show you what the new Shoppe looked like before I got my paws on it??? WELLLLLLLL lets just say it wasn’t quite my steez. I think these may be the MOST dramatic “before and afters” I have ever done and I couldn’t be any happier with how it progressed and what it became. I stuck with my fave go-to white paint, “white” by Dunn Edwards and it really created the light and airy vibe I was hoping for.
As you know, we are now in our new office and retail space in Calabasas and are absolutely loving it!
We had a ton of remodeling and renovating to do prior to us being able to move in, so gutting and re-designing the space was super fun. I had an easy time landing on what I wanted the theme for the main spaces to be. Because of the lack of natural light I went with white and natural wood tones in the main spaces to keep it bright and airy.