The goal for this project was to create a space that felt “beachy” for the Lewis’ who moved from Utah to San Diego last year. These recent retirees needed a casual living room for everyday use and to handle the wear and tear of grandchildren. They also wanted a sophisticated environment to reflect this point in their lives and to have a welcoming atmosphere for guests.
Photos courtesy of Ramon C Purcell
One of the focal points of this living space is the wall behind the couch. Because the furniture is neutral, we were able to add punches of color and personality elsewhere, like on this wooden slat wallpaper and in the throw pillows.
The light blue velvet stools and dining chairs, gold finish dining table and chairs, high ceilings, huge windows with a beautiful view and custom fuschia patterned draperies in this breakfast nook produce an elegant and inviting design style.