You may not see exactly what you're looking for here and that's just because we haven't designed for you yet! How many people use the space everyday? How about when you entertain? Do your pets use your furniture too? How about TV? If yes, do you sit or lay down to watch it?
How do you make a huge room feel cozy? Arrange the furniture at angles and create separate seating areas. The Baby grand helped out too! Shades of beige and smoky gray create and understated drama.
This sunny office just off the master bedroom is much better use of space than the dusty treadmill that once inhabited the space. Of course we added a chair for Mr. when she was taking care of business.
Well, not really... just the color scheme. Not sure why we put those gigantic spikey balls on that table. The scooped arm of the chairs are upholstered in a fabric that nods to the hourglass end tables.
A vast and tall ceiling got a beatufully applied ceiling detail that we repeated with the pavers on the motor court just outside. The ledgestone was carefully selected to match the mountains outside.
The custom cocktail table mimics the ceiling detail and the fabric on the wing back chairs looks just like the stone used throughout the main living spaces. The whole idea is to appreciate that amazing view!
We took out all of the niches and steps downs on fireplace and gave it a brand new stone and wood facade. The custom cabinet took the place of the drywall shelves and we added lights and glass shelves.
Warm desert colors fill this space with life and invite the whole family to join. Oversized ottomans act as additional seating when the whole family comes to visit.
We added just a touch of turquoise to cool down the desert pallete and provide balance.
We outfitted this home with everything guests need to enjoy their stay in Scottsdale and added luxurious touches for the home owner to appreciate when she comes to stay too. It's rented out most of the time!
These home owners are all about color! We balanced the large brick fireplace with a custom tufted bench seat sofa across the room. The curved sofas nod at the arched ceiling and curved bar.
This was a typical front room filled with kids' toys, games and a TV. All she wanted was a grown up room to entertain friends and family in. Here you go- enjoy!
That's what we call it when a rug inspires the room. Love the navy velvet wing back chairs between the opposing Chesterfiled linen sofas.
We transformed and old wet bar into a showstopping display piece that is flooded with LED lights. Fun fact- the throw is actuall purple and I went and got the cat to lay right there.
Well, not really. It's Phillip Jeffries Geology stone wallpaper which helped make a statement and satisfy the overall budget. A custom coffee table houses 4 ottomans on castors for extra seating.
She wanted violet sofas and I was inspired by the Birds of Paradise on her patio- so we both won. Actually this home one 2016 Design Excellence Award First Place for Universal Design.