Perfect for the bachelor, the dining room of this formal space was converted into a usable game room. The 20' custom wall mural was painted from a wave taken in Fiji. / Tommy Bahama Style in Huntington Beach
Traditional elements such as the Tibetan rug, italian pottery and french dining room set are blended with contemporary upholstered pieces to create a monochromatic relaxed style for this busy homeowner. The "open" design style maximizes the space for large parties. / California Contemporary in Tustin Ranch Golf Club
Clients are Cuban in heritage and wanted a contemporary kitchen that reflected cuban food colors. Paprika corian counter tops, kiwi green custom cabinetry, and confetti glass tiles create a warm, approachable space for the clients' entertaining style. / Cuban Contempory in North Tustin
Pavers, solid wood doors, and windows were trucked up from Mexico. Totally customized room incorporates antiques and rare art from Mexico together with confortable, functional contemporary funiture. / Mexican Ecclectic in Lemon Heights
This home office is open and formal since it is the focal point from the front door. Custom furniture blended with the teal and eggplant complementary color scheme work together to create a warm, relaxing working space or retreat for this homeowner. / English Formal in Huntington Beach
This is a Tuscany style home that the owner wanted to warm up her dining room. Which I did thru the use of paints and drapery. / "The little red dining room"
This is who I am! / Marisa Reed
This house was over a hundred years old so the owner wanted to keep with the architectural elements of the home. Dottie the owner also loved the old fashion appliances and red was her favorite color so hence the red corian countertops. We completed the kitchen with black and white vinyl flooring to keep the the style of that period. / "An old fashion little red kitchen"