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Studio updates....

Studio updates....

After many busy months I am dedicating a bit of time to my much neglected blog.  Ive had a number of successful project come to completion and lots of exciting new projects are on the books taking me into 2011.  I did a couple of photo shoots recently for a few of my projects; one in particular my 'Beach House' project.  We were ramping up to commence with stage 2 of the 'Beach House' renovation, which would have included a new master bedroom suite with spa like bathroom retreat,  but in a surprising turn (clients included!), my clients have decided to move into a bigger house....

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Law and Order

...ok I couldnt resist, its a terrible title!  This was a office renovation that I did for one of my residential clients for her office in a corporate law firm.  The client was very clear from the beginning that she didn't want "office" furniture i.e.: cheap looking and generic.  So I aimed to center the room with a singular stand out piece that was anything but corporate...

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Small Spaces: A shared children's bedroom.

Designing a shared bedroom for two children close in age can be tricky; add to that one child being a girl & the other a boy, and a room that only measures 10' x 12' makes for a fun design challenge. In this project my aim was to give the children a fresh and fun room that celebrates color, pattern and is gender neutral. The design also needs to allow for the children to have their own space and personality...

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Los Altos Hills - family dining hub

The new casual dining area for my Los Altos Hills clients' kitchen/family room installed recently. The 5' x 5' large square table features a salvaged live edge maple wood table top, resting on a stainless steel base that I designed specifically for this table. My design of the table base & bench legs were inspired by the youngest members of the household - the family's three 'kids' (including 'Starlight' the yellow lab). The legs purposefully have a playful and anthropomorphic quality to them...

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