Kitchen and Bath

A dramatic oversized window, rustic beams, symmetrically placed pendant lighting hung over the kitchen's Island, all work together in this airy and well designed kitchen.
This kitchen is layered with crisp shades and textures. While light dances across the surface of the glazed tile backsplash and the gleaming stainless steel fixtures, the rubbed-oak island brings the focus to the center, where all the action is. The elegance of this project pervades the kitchen, which features silver chandeliers chosen for the candlestick-like appearance.
A kitchen in an industrial loft space, that is part of a winery in the Russian River Valley. Tile by Heath Ceramics, Elysian barstools in Oxblood leather by Lawson Fenning, with a custom designed reclaimed wood island. The Cyclone dining table by Isamu Noguchi, cork floors, all appliances by Sub-Zero.
The white and glass open cabinetry is juxtaposed with heavy redwood furniture.
Waterworks Architectonics Tile in 'clover' with  Onda counter stools by Jesus Gasca. <br />
Rift oak cabinets and slate countertops soften the feel of this contemporary kitchen and its industrial components, mix with those that are more traditional.
The chic black chandelier provides a striking focal point for this kitchen with it's crisp lines and strong use of marble.
A space that was previously an indoor pool was turned into a kitchen that was designed to feel original to the 1930’s Los Angeles home,
An all white kitchen is complimented by the dark wooden geometric stools in the foreground and industrial pendant lighting over the island.
Reclaimed barn beams accent a custom kitchen featuring open zinc shelves and marble slab walls. A granite counter top from Walker Zanger crowns the wire-brushed oak island which is inset with an antique Italian sink.
A commercial tasting kitchen in Marina Del Rey (Commercial Office space and Event Space) Located in an Industrial Loft space in Marina Del Rey.  We designed this space for Gardein Vegan Food Company.  It’s their LA headquarters where they have cooking events and videos with celebrity chef in their tasting kitchen, also used as an event space and office space.  <br />
Noguchi Akari Paper Lantern, Eames Dowel Leg Arm Chairs by DWR, Blackened Oak conference table from Restoration Hardware.<br />
An abundance of green on the terrace that surrounds a New York City kitchen, is brought inside by  large windows, which seamlessly unite the interior and exterior. The floor has been done with vintage cement Moroccan tiles.
The marble kitchen, set against glass french windows, is given an element of fun through the blue glass cabinets and blue and white vase.
The curtains are an architectural feature providing privacy and layering in the manner of a theatre set. A long fixed dining table in the same travertine as the floor seats up to 24 people while anchoring the kitchen. The main cooking  is finished in arabescato marble as is the wall behind it.  The opposing wall features full-height sliding mirror doors concealing various states of storage comprising drawers/shelves.
The blue hand-made glass tile back splash serves as the kitchen's focal point, while the bar and comfortable elevated chairs create the perfect niche.<br />
The banquet window seat is placed against a window overlooking the garden.
The limed oak cabinetry brightens up the kitchen and antique beams were brought in to accent the space.  Open shelving units were left open letting more of the black tiled backdrop highlight the white dinnerware.
A custom stainless steel German kitchen has been seamlessly integrated into the open plan of this mid-century home.
The dark wood cabinets are set against cream walls behind an elaborate iron chandelier.
The vibrant mosaic walls and celadon green cabinets create a luxurious kitchen. The trim and level of detailing is noteworthy.
The center island's strong wood base is antique with a stone top. The Pacific Palisades home uses an abundance of stone, and tile, here, the ceiling is clad to the very top with with a cream colored tile, impeccably detailed. Old style pendant lights complete the picture of a modern day kitchen that superbly uses the look of decades past to great effect.
A chic bathroom in a Hollywood Hills home mixes tile colors and patterns inside a large shower. A smoked glass window at the end adds light.
Green glass tile in vertical strips cover the walls floor to ceiling, with an oval tub and stone floor, in a bathroom of a LEED certified, Montecito, Ca. home.
In a Brentwood, Ca. home a large bathroom features wooden floors with an antique carpet,  with furniture-like vanities, in a rich shade of blue, that have been topped with marble.The old style tub is the focal point set against a corner of windows. The large shower has large slabs of marble for the walls and a tiled floor.
This luxurious marble bath is open to the other section of the bathroom, outfitted with an antique carved table and cane furniture.
Sandblasted glass, stone and bringing in elements of nature are a winning combination in a shower in a Montecito, Ca. home.
The brick-style tiling compliments the marble accents of the bathroom.
The clean edged marble island and simple bathtub lend the room a minimalist feel, while the oversized pink ottoman gives it a whimsical spontaneity.
The highly patterned slabs of marble give the bathroom an almost abstract feel.
A palette of pale green and white make this bathroom feel fresh, yet simple.
Mosaic tile, warm walnut and a pair of vintage German ceramic sconces set the stage for a young girl’s bathroom.

Kitchen and Bath interior design for your Los Angeles home

Todays modern lifestyle has impacted how the kitchen is considered: From family  meals, entertaining, home offices, elaborate cooking parties, kitchens have become the heart of the home and have replaced family rooms and living rooms as the focal point for gatherings. They’ve increased in size,  technological advancement and meld function with style.  The same is true for the bath, which have become increasingly imaginative and luxurious. Don’t be surprised to see  Zen-like spaces where sleek, crisp, lines commingle with indulgent deep soaking tubs. Marble, exotic stone, tile and glass have added layers of elegance to those seen here. In Los Angeles, the spaciousness allows designers and architects to create kitchens and baths that are distinctive rooms with their own personality and loads of style. Expect to see an exquisite use of materials.


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