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Category: Architecture

Diane Keaton’s Incredible Bold Brick LA Home

Diane Keaton is one of my all-time favorite designers. Again, she custom-designed this industrial-style, open-concept home herself. It was influenced by New York’s San Remo building, a 1930s Beaux-Arts landmark, where she lived in the 1970’s. Built in L.A.&#8217…

The Magic of Paint & Lighting in Culver City Before and After

The amazing design team at Veneer Designs collaborated with the owners of this suburban home to achieve a rock n’ roll bohemian look with minimal remodeling or disruption to the family. The magic of paint and furnishing is evident in this project. Take a look at the before shots…

Mid Century Hudson Valley Home

Perched high on the east bank of the Hudson River this 1962 mid-century home was fully remodeled by GRT Architects. Two of my favorite things that I LOVE about this house are the two 102 foot long beams that travel the length of the entire house and the high…

The Home of Schoolhouse Electric

Portland, Oregon Brian Faherty, the founder/owner of Schoolhouse Electric, created this fantastic home with the help of his wife Jill. Together they built a beautiful balance of mid-century and industrial design that’s warm, relaxed and welcoming in a ranch style home.   Thx! Jeremy Bittermann for…

1980’s Home Brought Back to Life

Designer Ashley Ausland of Ausland Interiors transformed this1980s-style home simple by a few tweaks that brought it back to the modern day. While it had been given a makeover in the early 2000s, the dark wood cabinetry and granite counters of that era felt tired and outdated. The new…

Modern and Gorgeous Mountain Home in Montana

Modern Ski-in Ski-out Paradise Whitefish Mountain Resort in Montana Designed by Hunter & Company Thx! Hunter & Co…

Beautiful Barn Conversion

Rustic meets luxury in this Victorian countryside barn conversion built by Wilson. Corrugated iron, old timbers and stone softened by leather and wool. Iconic materials and attention to detail breathe new life into what was once a working farm building and is now the perfect space to gather, celebrate or…

Removable Wallpaper Not Just For Renters Anymore

If you follow my blog, you know I am a HUGE fan of removable wallpaper…..even over permenant paper. It just makes sense! The removable paper stays on just as solidly as the other but it’s easy to take off and replace when you’re over…

The Making of a French Farmhouse in Ojai

Giannetti Home’s design duo, Steve and Brooke Giannetti, discovered this lush five-acre parcel of land in Ojai in 2009. The two of them wanted to build their future ’empty nester’ home even though they now occupy Patina Farm with their 3 kids, 3 goats, 4…

Changing Up the Backsplash

 As we have all seen, subway tile has been having a huge moment for some time now. It is a classic, easy choice for making your space look clean and updated. It’s been great seeing the variations of placement and grout with a tile we all know so…