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.
Yoouuuu guuuyyyyyzz…guess what??! It’s that before + after time again!! My real life fave thing in the whole world about my job. The time where I get to relive all that went into a project and then remind myself how much I love my job!
I say it often, but I don’t like to play favorites…because, well thats not fair, but I must admit #clientdoublethumbsup insanely gorgeous house is pretty much so good how can you NOT play favorites.
Here is another informative and juicy post from my appropriately named Client Freakin’ Fabulous. This time around I’m showing you some of the thought process that went into renovating their guest bathroom.
1 // I wanted to do something kinda cool in this cute little space. One of the first things that came to mind when we were pulling this baby together was adding a little visual interest to the floors to draw your eye away from the small space.