san diego interior design

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 // 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.

PROJECT TOUR // MONTEREY PROJECT

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We just loved working on the gorgeous home in Coronado, CA. By changing the entire layout of the home we were able to add another bedroom and two more bathrooms. The galley kitchen was closed off from the rest of the house and we took down the wall creating a large dream kitchen with high end appliances, built in bar and desk, two islands with ample storage and a gorgeous wood pantry. By changing the orientation of the staircase and raising the ceilings upstairs we create the ultimate game room for hanging out and taking in the view of the San Diego Bay. The master bedroom/bathroom was so large before the remodel that we were able to create another bathroom and bedroom. The master suite has a large bathroom and walk in closet with laundry. Each room has a special charm and nod to our adorable beach town.

PROJECT TOUR // F AVE

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This classic beach home in Coronado is bright airy and full of charm. The first floor living space has a family room, dining room and spacious kitchen so making sure all the materials and colors blended through out the space was important. We did a bright white on the cabinets but grounded the kitchen island in a dark grey. The counters are a warm gray contrasted by a classic subway tile.

Design 101 // Custom Upholstery

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SKY’S THE LIMIT!

Bungalow 56 custom upholstery line has arrived! From sofas, sectionals, chairs, headboards, pillows + poufs we have it all! When designing a space it can be tricky finding fabrics, patterns, and tones that all work together. Having the ability to choose from a variety of fabrics, woods, leathers and styles makes the designing possibilities endless!

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We created interest in this living room by blending color and texture together. We did a linen fabric on the sofa, leather on the ottoman and a velvet with nail-heads on the chairs.

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For the formal dining room we did custom slipcovered chairs. Not only are these chairs gorgeous but comfortable too! Win win!


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Project Tour // Adena Project

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We had so much fun transforming this formal living and dining room into a space that our client could entertain and feel relaxed. The sofa, ottoman, living room chairs and dining chairs are from our new upholstery line available in the shop. We used a creamy grey fabric for the main sofa, a gorgeous velvet on the living room chairs and blended those together with a cognac leather ottoman. We had the dining room credenza and sliding barn door painted a dark grey to add some contrast in the room and kept the decor simple with creams, greys and whites.

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interior design // Bungalow 56
photography // Samantha Goh