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
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.
This North Carolina home was designed to be a cozy and unpretentious space to gather with neighbors, friends and family. It was designed to feel lived-in and well-loved. The decorative elements have a sense of nostalgia and the furniture is natural and livable.
Photo courtesy of Harry Taylor: www.harrytaylorphoto.com