We thought summer was good to us.... and then came fall! We turned over keys on some great builds, were featured in a magazine, and two of our team were wed.
FIRST CAME LOVE for this exciting modern craftsman in Venice. We teamed up with John Winston Studio and Carter Design to create an adventurous space filled with indirect light, reclaimed beams, hidden spaces, creative nooks, and fixtures imported from across the globe. A simple, yet color-filled, home that reflects the personality of our well-traveled philanthropist client was the key to success for this wonderful project.
HOT OFF THE PRESS Metropolitan Home featured a few really amazing women for the relaunch, who are dominating their creative fields. It's both humbling and exciting that they included Dirty Girl Construction alongside Niki Livingston from Look Out and Wonderland and Lisa Donohoe and Brynn Gelbard of Londubh Studio. Niki's work with indigo is a beautiful alchemy of spirit and sustainability, and we look forward to more with her in our future endeavors. Lisa and Brynn stole our heart years ago with their sorcery, creating funky geometric installations inspired by nature. Metropolitan Home www.instagram.com/methomemag is available at Whole Foods, so go grab yourself a copy when you pick up your next kombucha.
MONA MOORE Is a highly curated, luxury boutique offering a variety of designer clothing, shoes, handbags, and accessories. Owner Lisa Bush and her fabulous team saw potential in an old mechanic shop on Lincoln Boulevard in Venice. With their vision and blessing we turned the space into a clean bright backdrop to showcase pieces that are hand-picked and well traveled.
THEN CAME MARRIAGE If you ever wanted to see what adoration truly is, look no further. Joan and Dan created a beautiful space in Cape Cod, Massachusetts to share their vows with each other and their now-united family. The happiness they share is clear, not only in this photo but with every passing moment they are together.
Where there is love, there is life. - Mahatma Gandhi