Yesterday we showed you the webisode for our Calabasas Remodel Master Suite, so today we're showing you the full transformation!! Our clients wanted a laid-back California style for their space that was elevated enough to feel like a Master Suite.
The space was really long, so were able to put an entire settee at the end of the bed. To ground it all, we used this rug in an 8 x 10 size.
The laid-back California style is all about mixed textiles, natural textures, and a cool color palette. To keep things feeling fresh we try to choose patterns that work together, but don’t look the same. All of the custom pillows on the bed are different patterns but they still go together.
We fell in love with the color palette of this artwork. We specifically hung it level with the windows so the space doesn’t feel blown out.
Another statement in this space is the moody artwork. We love how it brings a touch of drama into the space.
The bathroom was generic. The layout was great, so we didn’t move anything around, we just updated it.
Our client's two wishes were the color blue and patterned tile, so we picked a blue patterned tile that would work as a jumping off point. We toned down the bold pattern with wood elements and white tile. The tub is a beautiful freestanding tub that is so pretty, and really makes the space feel luxurious. The sconces are polished nickel, and the pendant is silver, but we had to sneak in some brass! We did that with the corners of the mirrors and various accessories.
All of the rooms in this home flow together so we tried to carry the neutral colors from one space to the next throughout. The office has cool French doors and is completely closed in, so it was an opportunity to go bold with the wall color! (Newburyport Blue by Benjamin Moore)
At first glance, the built-in looks just like a plain white built-in. But if you look closer you’ll see the grasscloth texture and interesting hardware. We carried the polished nickel from the bathroom here by using a library light in the same finish.
In this corner we juxtaposed the glam with a textured, coastal feel. The chair was also used at the head of the dining room and this photograph was made for a California home. The side table has contrasting texture and brings a bit of edge to the corner. Moments like this that are thought out, really bring out character in the home.