Working with existing furnishings, the client wanted to add color and define spaces in this large, open great room.
Accents walls, custom area rugs and linen drapery panels were added to create a soft,
slightly formal feel for the living room and a splash of color for the dining/family room area.
Phillips Residence — San Luis Obispo, California [Photographer: Trevor Povah
Open to the remodeled kitchen, the family room’s new furnishings create a warm, inviting atmosphere with several seating areas for the President’s family and university functions. Existing barstools were reupholstered in a charming Mission style fabric.
New lighting and existing barstools, reupholstered in a charming Mission style fabric, help tie in the kitchen’s contemporary maple cabinetry and granite counters with the era of the architecture.
It’s fun to be bold in a guest room! Starting with just the upholstered rocker we selected new carpet, bed, linens, shutters, mirrored closet doors and
white bead board wainscoting. New placement of existing artwork and accent furniture enhance this charming guest room.
New landscape and painting the existing shutters and front door in a bold red add character and a custom feel to this tract home.
The original redwood ceilings, existing shades, dining table and built-in provide a spacious dining room for large groups.
New Parsons style chairs and table decor add color and flavor.
In addition to removing a large bathtub and adding all new cabinetry and double sinks, we separated the sink and shower portion of this master bathroom (left)
from the toilet area (right) by adding a wall and pocket door, gaining privacy and creating a powder room by adding a small corner sink. A door from the hall
provides access for guests. A colorful tile splash and a custom designed metal “apron” dress up the simple corner sink.