New home in Sedona Arizona
Country: United States
This entry was very nondescript. It was a right angles with a wood rail. We pushed the front door out and created a large porch which enabled us to create a more dynamic stairway. The client loved lattice work and lily’s so we combined the two and came up with this design for the artist that created the wrought iron railing.
This was an old powder room with a standard oak vanity. I gutted everything and had a hand painted vanity cabinet installed with a beautiful scalloped sink and gold faucets. The lamps are Fine Art and the mirror is from Decorative Crafts. The walls were done my Denise Cerro Decorative Painting and were a Ralph Lauren stencil she applied then fauxed over to give an old world feeling.
We pushed the entire back of the house out 10 feet to create more space in the kitchen, family room, and master bedroom. This also allowed us to add an additional garage because we made the library out of the garage.
We pushed the entire back of the house out 10 feet to create more space in the kitchen, family room, and master bedroom. This also allowed us to add an additional garage because we made the library out of the garage. I designed all the cabinets throughout the house. This is an armoire that hides the sub zero rrefrigerator, freezer and the 4 refrigerator drawers.
This is the library that we created out of the existing garage. He wanted a very manly, traditional feeling so we used all wood on the wall surfaces, Ralph Lauren leather chairs, Ralph Lauren paisley fabric on the roman shades, a plaid carpet and a heavily carved lawyers desk.
Rancho Santa Fe Guest Room – After both children had moved away the client wanted to take their bedrooms and make them special rooms like you would see in a Connecticut B and B. All the beds were custom painted to match our fabric, and I designed all the bedding. photos by Ed Golich.
Bathroom Remodel in Rancho Santa Fe – This bathroom remodel started with a 20 year old room with raised bathtub and clear glass shower. We turned it into a beautiful old world room with a recessed dome in the ceiling with a beautiful chandelier in the center.
Master Bath Remodel in Rancho Santa Fe – I designed the custom cabinets so my clients could feel like they had a little privacy even though they were standing next to each other. The columns not only added some separation but also housed the medicine cabinets and electrical for hair dryers.
Master Bath Remodel in Rancho Santa Fe – The client wanted a walk in door-less shower. To keep it warm we did radiant heat coils under the tile floor. The green tile are cracked glass.
We did the entire patio deck in Limestone. The wicker furniture with the soft floral print fabric gave the feeling of a Tuscan garden. The lattice patio cover will have vines over a portion of it.