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Traditional Meets Transitional

Traditional Meets Transitional

Transitional meets traditional in this international mix of original sourced artwork, custom designed furnishings and finishes, along with one of a kind furnishings that perfectly meld the personalities of both homeowners.          
Luxurious but Livable

Luxurious but Livable

A mix of the old and new creates a timeless interior design that's truly one of a kind from the original artwork pieces and handmade chevron style ridged wall covering to the custom designed area rug and antique table sourced from the countryside of France.      
Hollywood Glam Meets Contemporary

Hollywood Glam Meets Contemporary

"As a songwriter there are words to me that just flow together; chords and notes that in mind naturally should follow. I look at a room like this and it makes me think of the art behind the music. With this room, I can't figure out how she does it, but when she does, you kind of stand back and think Wow! Yeah, that's it! How did she do that? So yes Karen, you are an artist at work and we love seeing the magic when it's all done." Michael Bascue
Luxurish Italian Style Architecture Meets Modern Technology

Luxurish Italian Style Architecture Meets Modern Technology

This luxurious master suite, part of a multi million dollar concept home we designed for KMBC television, draws you into the space with timeless design, gorgeous architecture, beautiful design, great lighting, and sumptuous fabrics. But that's not all.  This master suite also boasts a high tech system that includes a hidden TV, music system, custom lighting options, fireplace, and motion controlled shades in the bathroom along with a winding staircase that leads to a second closet and workout room below.

TRANSFORMING YOUR LIVING EXPERIENCE FROM ORDINARY TO EXTRAORDINARY!

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