We feel so lucky to have been invited into the homes of some truly special people this year. So as it draws to a close, we’re looking back on all of the amazing clients and spaces that made 2016 magical. From a country music star’s southern glamour den to a food blogger’s quirky bakeshop to a magazine editor’s new office, these are the makeovers that made our year!
Michele Promaulayko, the recently appointed editor-in-chief of Cosmopolitan magazine has style for days. We helped her bring the boldly feminine spirit of the publication to life in her office with gold details and lush textures, making this one of our most glamorous projects of the year. See the full tour here.
This little guy was somewhat of a ruff client, but although designing for him was no walk in the park, we think his collection of European antiques, pop art, and vintage dog portraiture suits his fluffy features perfectly. See the full tour here.
When Laurel & Wolf designer Claire Brody’s parents requested her help in adding a modern twist to their traditional living room, Claire jumped at the chance. With eclectic accents mixed wth contemporary pieces, this lovely space is a neotraditionalist’s dream come true. See the full tour here.
Nashville will always be home sweet home for country music sensation and Grammy nominee Kelsea Ballerini. After designing her first apartment last year, we came back again to make her new Nashville home feel like a serene escape from life on tour. See the full tour here.
Sometimes bolder is better. That’s certainly the case in this couple’s LA home. We redesigned the pool house this year, merging Cali boho vibes with Hollywood Regency glamour and a wallpaper inspired by the nearby Beverly Hills Hotel. See the full tour here.
After blogger and cookbook author Joy the Baker launched a bakeshop in her adopted home of New Orleans, she realized the space needed a bit of a facelift. We helped her out by filling it with her well-traveled treasures, cozy textures, and a fully stocked, beautiful kitchen. Talk about a recipe for good design. See the full tour here.
An outdoor space to call your own in NYC is hard to come by. So this past summer, we brought glamping to the Big Apple with a fully-furnished balcony and yurt on the roof of the W Hotel. See the full tour here.
This fully revamped space proves that a labor of love is always worth it. Laurel & Wolf designer Brett Foken took a 1900s Craftsman fixer-upper and transformed it into a stunning modern beauty for her family to call home. We’ve got serious heart eyes for this Oakland abode. See the full tour (and terrifying before photos) here.
Since when do model homes have such style? Earlier this year, we helped Lennar, one of the nation’s largest home builders turn two of their model homes in the San Francisco Shipyard into lived-in spaces with serious style. See the full tour here.
Carly Kuhn, an artist better known for her Instagram handle, The Cartorialist, needed a live-work space that would help drive her creative energy. The modern Cali-cool studio we created is a perfect match for her fashion-forward illustrations. See the full tour here.
Sometimes a redesign is all it takes to turn a house into a home. This was the case for Kassidy Gerber’s Redmond, Washington residence, where Danish design and mid-century charm merge in every room. See the full tour here.