New Project: Modern California , Newport Beach
This week has been such a whirl wind, with receiving calls for new projects, and filming my Home Style Kit commercial, and managing the current remodel projects I am working on. Tiffany Lee Ann Design is in full swing and ready to tackle the fall projects coming our way!
Filming my Home Style Kit commercial is such an amazing accomplishment that I didn't even know I had in me. Thanks to the life changing read by Jen Sincero You are a BadAss and my Ontological Coach Abigail Gazda, they have opened up new realms of possibility in my life I never thought I would or could have. If anyone is looking to better their life and relationships in any way. Reach out to me and I can connect her to you. She's amazing! I've included some pictures of the photoshoot for your viewing pleasure.
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Over here at the firm we have entered into a new project in Newport Beach California, on a clean and modern California bungalow.
This home is a gem in the heart of Newport Beach very close to my Alma Mater, Interior Designers Institute.
It needs a little TLC, it has some lovely aspects to it that give it a very good base to execute our California Modern look. We are changing a kitchen island, backsplash, mantel and a beverage cabinet. We also will be furnishing the Living room, dining room, family room, and outdoor living room. I am excited to present my design boards this week and get started shopping and purchasing so she can have her home done for the holidays.
The inspiration for this project is the home's clean line architecture, and white and light wood finishes. The goal is to achieve a classic style that has modern lines and has a touch of beach color infused in it.
We have a fun challenge to create this long bowling lane shape room into three entertaining zones. I plan to achieve this and keep it open by using chairs floating in the room, and creating a fun and functional bar lounge area in the front window.
Incorporating cream linens, greys, and light aqua blue will help achieve the sophisticated palette.
Stone, metal, and live edge elements will tie in the style and create interesting texture to keep it from being too monochromatic.
This will be a project to share with you once it's finished. Stay tune and subscribe to my blog to see the after pictures.