Kandell Basement

Kitchenette Family Room


Guest Bedroom



Playroom.



Hallway

Kids play space under stairs
Powder Bath


Adyson’s Bedroom




Kids bath.
Max’s bedroom

Theatre

It’s only appropriate that I do a baby post today… Restoration Hardware has announced a BABY & CHILD line!  Believe it or not, I haven’t gone crazy thinking up nursery plans yet- I think mostly because I don’t know what I’m having.  But I must say, if it’s a girl…this is the crib.  Is it not perfection?  Of course, I’m not the pink & chocolate kinda girl, but I do die over this crib.  I can’t wait to see more of their new collection!  Hooray for more good work from Restoration Hardware.  

J.CREW @ the Kauffman House

I have been loving the J.CREW Spring catalog . Not only are the clothes delightful with every detail and print (I’ve dog-eared most of the pages), but they chose the perfect background…Richard Neutra’s Kauffman House in Palm Springs. This house is one of the few things I remember from my 8 am Modern Architecture class, but nonetheless I do remember it and recognized it when I got the catalog. The Kauffman house was built in 1946 by the famous Viennese architect Richard Neutra. It is said to be one of the ‘five most important houses of the 20th century’, along with Fallingwater (FLW), Robie House, Gropius House and the Gamble House. It looks amazing after being renovated, not to mention the impecable pool & outdoor furniture-love everything about it. If only I could order the house on jcrew.com…


before & afters

I finished this project in December but was so caught up in the next project that I didn’t post these. I loved working on this because it was a challenge trying to bring in a sophisticated feel to an ultra-modern house. The master was my favorite since I wiped the slate clean, and started from scratch. I loved designing the case goods (the wood furniture) and seeing them brought to life. The upholstered bed really brought the whole look together and the custom pillows added the perfect splash of color.

the master: before (the fabric wrapped around the pillow wasn’t there either)

the master: after

the master bath: before
the master bath: after

the office: beforethe office: after