A Manhattan Beach Urban Chic10 photos A house build in the 90's with a Mediterranean look underwent a complete transformation into a casual but sophisticated home. With lighter walls and wood floors, an open kitchen with a quartz top and a turquoise island and new fireplace surrounds this house is now full of light and flair.
A new Manhattan Beach Remodel6 photos This is a project close to my heart. I headed the project and wore many hats. I acted as the architect and space planner, I designed the kitchen and bathrooms and selected every single item from doors and windows to colors and knobs. I was the project manager and everyone was accountable to me. I also selected all the furniture and was very honored when my client fell in love with my art and purchased four of my paintings
A Manhattan Beach House Remodel9 photos This small house went through a total transformation. From dark, gloomy and dated to a house filled with light and with a perfect flow. The wood floors in a distressed hickory pecan were installed through out and the color palette is a symphony of blues and aquas. All the cabinets and furniture were custom made as well as all the bedding and window treatments.
A Modern house in Manhattan Beach7 photos My client wanted to turn a very dated house build in the mid 90's into a modern sleek home. Simple and elegant I think I will let the pictures speak for themselves.
Manhattan Beach Remodeling6 photos In 2017 I was hired to completely remodel a master bathroom and kitchen for this Manhattan Beach residence.
Rolling Hills Sylish9 photos When the client is a professional chef the requirements are very different. Functionality was essential but they also wanted the new kitchen to be stylish. The focal point is the gorgeous blue wall oven. The counters are marble and they are not afraid of them acquiring a patina. Lighting was crucial as was storage and work space.
The master bathrooms again needed to be functional but elegant and we achieved both.
A Manhattan Beach Eclectic Home10 photos I worked on this project for over two years and was involved in every single choice. I began by trouble shooting the layout and was grateful for my architecture background. Before and during construction I helped my client select all the materials, design the kitchen and bathroom, select all the colors and wood work. Once the house was build I selected the furniture, window treatments, accessories and helped with placement of all their art.
Elegant Bachelor Pad10 photos
A Modern kitchen in Rolling Hills2 photos It was no small task bringing this very dated kitchen to the 21st century.
The new design includes a walk in pantry, a large island, lots of storage and a complete new look. My choice of materials was riff cut oak for the cabinets making sure the grain was horizontal, cesar stone for the counters with a 2" straight edge, ceramic hand-made tile, over-sized handles in stainless steal and wide plank walnut floors.