View of the fireplace, sofas, and artwork in the Lincoln Park renovation. The fireplace is the focal point, flanked by two sofas with colorful pillows. Artwork hangs above the mantel, adding a vibrant touch to the room.

Lincoln Park

Renovation, Interiors

Our clients are from the Pacific Northwest but spent years living in Los Angeles. They wanted to emulate the relaxed, easy living ethos of LA and our goal was to transform the traditional interiors of the home to a fresh, California aesthetic. We strove to make the interiors feel casual and welcoming, using textiles and materials that would patina well with the heavy use of their young family. Materials specified were natural (linen, terracotta, oak), forgiving in color (indigo sofa textile to hide potential marks from kid’s artwork created nearby) and the walls were cloaked in a warm white which created a perfect backdrop for colorful artwork and soft lighting.

Angled view over the sofa, showcasing a Peter Juvonen artwork. The artwork adds a striking focal point to the room, complementing the modern aesthetic.

The kitchen was completely gutted and outfitted with a new ceiling height range hood wrapped in plaster, white oak cabinetry and panel front appliances. We rotated the new island ninety degrees, so those prepping a meal could face the seating group across the room or help their kids with homework questions from counter stools or dining table; the marriage of beauty and function was woven throughout the home and the kitchen was no exception.

Modern kitchen with white oak cabinetry, plaster range hood, and panel front appliances. The design incorporates California-cool style.
Chic dining room with a modern, California-cool vibe. Features include a spacious layout, stylish lighting, and a mix of natural materials
Stylish white oak-paneled fridge and wall of cabinets with brass hardware in a modern kitchen. California-cool design meets functionality
Laundry room and butler pantry with striking black and white desert scene wall covering. The design features arched doorways for added elegance.

One of our many tasks was to shift the space to fit the youthful personalities of the family living there. The interior and exterior of the house were brightened with paint and the floors refinished from dark and shiny to medium and matte. Lighting was a critical element for the project; existing fixtures were heavy, ornate wrought iron, so we selected new fixtures with aged brass finishes in playful, light shapes.

Powder room vanity with geometric wallpaper in dark blues and peach tones. Brass mirror and sconces complement the deep gray marble sink surround.
Staircase with a custom stair runner, new lighting, and abundant natural light. The design combines functionality with a bright and welcoming atmosphere
A foyer Vignette featuing a half moon mirror by Ben and Aja, a spratan shop lamp, and console table from Crate and Barrel.

The primary suite was intended to feel like a spa retreat; the palette has muted tones of ivory and beige, with bits of soft pink. Upon entry, a beautiful piece of art by Amanda Valdez sits above a black walnut chest. The walls are wrapped in a textured grass cloth wallcovering and a custom bed was fabricated to span the entire wall, outfitted with integrated electrical outlets for the bedside lighting. Above the bed hangs a hand-woven wall hanging supported by wooden dowels.

A view into the primary suite, immediately greeted by colorful art, a chic side chair and mid-century dresser.
The Bed features a extra wide headboard upholstered with Jennifer Shorto Textiles.
A contemporary desk in the primary bedroom at Lincoln Park, featuring curvy furniture selections that add a modern touch to the space.
Detail shot of the Bedside table by Lawson Fenning and Ceramic Table Lamp.
The Melange Large Floating Disc Chandelier gives this spa like bathroom a more luxurious feel
The Vanity received a new Waterworks Faucet paired with Kelly Wearstler Sconces.

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