Laurel Canyon Bungalow

Nestled in the hills of Laurel Canyon, this quaint home had great bones and amazing light, but needed a more cohesive feel. I worked closely with the homeowners to reimagine the space in a way that reflected both of their personalities.

Read more about this project on Domino and People.

Images by Dustin Walker.

 
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A Place to Create

As the Head of Design for Hutch, I had the opportunity to redesign our office to better embody our larger brand aesthetic. I approached the project by looking for new ways to encourage movement and collaboration among the team throughout the open space.

See more on Architectural Digest

Images by Dustin Walker

 
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Updating a Family Home

This family home in Studio City, CA came with dark wood paneling and a deeply outdated kitchen. I sought a holistic design that would stay true to the structure’s traditional roots while still incorporating modern elements.

See more of the transformation on Today, Rue and My Domaine.

Images by Dustin Walker 

 
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Wabi-Sabi

When collaborating my dear friends on their new home, I knew quality and functionality would be essential to our success. They are both artists who love color, so we juxtaposed timeless, neutral pieces with curated, playful decor. The original art and lively prints brought contagious personality to this otherwise minimal home.

See more from the project via Domino and Rue Mag.