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We’re excited to reveal one of our latest showcasing designs, Project Camden! This beautiful home resides in Cameo Shores, Corona Del Mar. The home was designed and built by SC Homes and listed by the Summer Perry Group. With ocean views spanning from Catalina Island to the Palos Verdes Peninsula, this seaside retreat has everything we would ever need. Photography by Ryan Garvin.
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We’re sharing the last reveal of our Project Back Bay! If you haven’t seen the first two reveals, you can check them out here: Back Bay Reveal Part 1 and Back Bay Reveal Part 2. We had so much fun designing three little boys rooms, each with their own distinct personality! The gallery wall made such an impact in upstairs hallway and showcased some of their favorite family photos. All photography was done by Amy Bartlam.
Boys’ Room #1
Boys’ Room #2
It’s time for the second reveal of our Project Back Bay! This home resides in the beautiful neighborhood of Dover Shores in Newport Beach. If you haven’t seen the first reveal, scroll down or click here. The playroom is one of our favorite spaces, we gave it a bright white face lift and turned it from an unused office into a fun room for our clients 3 young boys to hang out. Photography by Amy Bartlam.
We just wrapped up our #projectbackbay with the sweetest clients! We designed this home for a young family with 3 little boys. One of our main goals was to make this house kid friendly, while remaining timeless and sophisticated. We have been working on this project with Chris Brigandi since February. Stay tuned to see the rest of the house next week! Photography by Amy Bartlam.
Thanksgiving is right around the corner, so we rounded up our top ten inspiration looks to decorate your table this season. Right now we’re crazy about bold pops of color and rich saturated tones. It’s so refreshing to see color making a comeback! Jewel tones like emerald green, burgundy and turquoise layered with softer hues and neutrals help create an interesting yet balanced tabletop. Happy Decorating!
We’re so excited to have our Bel Air project featured over on Architectural Digest today! Click here to read the full interview.