BEFORE + AFTER // 7TH AVE

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This charming home already had great bones but needed a furniture and accessory makeover. The living room rug was too small for the large space and our clients wanted to make the room more of a formal gathering place for entertaining. We replaced the sectional with a sofa, an oversized chair and two matching swivel chairs. We kept their large round coffee table but replaced the blue curtains with a more neutral color. Loving the minimalistic look we only added a few decor pieces in warm tones to blend with the furniture.

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PROJECT TOUR // 7TH AVE

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This home had been recently remodeled and just need a small living room refresh. This being a quintessential beach house we went with blue tones and subtle beach decor for styling. Our custom upholstery line and perfect for creating a sitting area that was great for lounging and also for conversing with guests.

PROJECT TOUR // TOLITA PROJECT

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This already stunning home was a dream to furnish for our clients. With a mix of modern touches with warm woods we went with a palette of whites, grays and warm tones. One of our favorite rooms was the master bedroom. We used a gorgeous dresser with a pyramid wood texture. It is neutral but adds dimension and interest to the room.

BEFORE + AFTER // WILLOW ST.

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We can’t even stand how good this kitchen transformation is! We took down the wall that separated the breakfast nook from the rest of the kitchen. Removing the black and white tile floors and running the wood floors that are in the rest of the house created a consistent flow. With a family of 5 storage was a must have in this kitchen. We added a floor to ceiling pantry on the back wall of the kitchen to store food and appliances.. We kept the design light and airy with a touch of vintage and Mediterranean.

PROJECT TOUR // WILLOW ST.

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This San Diego kitchen remodel has to be one of our favorite kitchens to date. White cabinets with a subtle gray subway tile that extends to the ceiling create a light airy feel with a little bit of depth and texture. We took down a wall that separated the dining nook from the kitchen to create one large entertaining space. Adding a small island allowed for seating for the families three children. The original floors were a thick stone which we removed and ran the same style wood floors that were in the rest of the home.

PROJECT TOUR // E AVE PROJECT

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This brand new build in Coronado, CA was a dream to furnish. To compliment the light hardwood floors and white paint we balanced dark and light tones with a pop of navy. The designed a custom sofa from our shop for the living room and used texture and pattern to breakup the large sectional. In the dining nook we used a warm wood table with black dining chairs with cute botanical prints on the walls. In the bedroom we used our Sonoma bed from the shop in a creamy white with nail-heads.