East/West Style -- Contradictions can mesh so beautifully. Combining the sensibilities of the East and West, I strive to create a sense of tranquility, harmony and simple elegance, using subtle texture, clean lines, and the colors of nature.
See Global-style New Home
Traditional Style -- History and a sense of family is what makes this style so appealing. I relish working with beautiful brocades, silk, damask, Toile, and 18th Century French, English and American furniture. Traditional furnishings never need to be replaced or updated.
See French-inspired bedroom and Tudor Master Bathroom
Contemporary Style -- Edgy, spare and current. This style is a perfect backdrop for large scale original art. Order reigns, everything has its place. This space is "cool" and "in charge".
See Palm Springs Oasis and Comfortable Downtown Condo
Eclectic Style -- This style can do it allmix your family heirlooms with a large Warhol, a Korean chest with an industrial chrome light and throw in an Ikea piece as well
.its quirky, unexpected and clever. That is why we like it.
See Designer's Retreat and Artful Family Home
There are so many other wonderful interior design styles. I have always wanted a Swedish design project to work with soft blues and cream colors, crisp stripe cottons and simple, fine lined furniture. Is there anyone out there whos game? Mexican, Tropical, Early American, kitsch, Retro, Western....?