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Deborah had an immense space to fill with this grandiose living room, but she successfuly created a warm feel with colors of eggplant and persimmon, pulling in furniture from Bill Sofield, Thomas Pheasant and Jacques Garcia. The design is based on a Hollywood Regency Style, although modified to include bold color. / Greystone Mansion Showcase House: Living Room
In an age where new construction is very bland and tends to err on the side of mediocrity, this villa was able to achieve substantial grandeur through its furniture, accessories and rugs. Davis Design helped this residence evoke a truly castle-like feeling. / Hancock Park Villa: Living Room Detail
One among two celebrity lounges at the E! Networks World Headquarters, this Green Room was a collaborative effort with the set designers at E!. Together with Davis Design, they made sure that the colors and materials in the space worked both on television and in person for those lounging in the room. / E! Celebrity Lounge: Green Room
Originally a bathroom with two windows boarded over, this space was totally remodeled from floor to ceiling with fine, Craftsman Style details. / Larchmont Craftsman Bungalow: Bathroom
This living room was designed in both an Art Deco and Transitional Style. The clients, after a dissatisfying experience with a previous designer, hired Davis Design to create two design options for their living room: one to fit a $7,000 budget and one that would fit a $20,000 budget. Not only did they like both designs, they ended up choosing the higher-end one, which was equal to the cost of the design proposed by the previous designer (whose over-budgeting they complained about.) / Toluca Lake Residence: Living Room