Absolutely loving this warm and relaxing design concept for a sweet family. Area rugs and many fabrics from Kravet and wall coverings from Phillip Jeffries will be used in the entry, great room, kitchen and dining room to create a cohesive, unified interior.
Love my job. Life is good! Happy Friday, everybody!
Humbled and grateful to receive the Best of Houzz award in both the service and design categories! Thank you to Houzz and all you Houzzer's out there. If you aren't familiar with this amazing design platform, check it out at www.houzz.com and check out our profile at http://www.houzz.com/…/pbid19/peg-berens-interior-design-llc
Thrilled to be featured on one of Houzz's editorials! This one is all about wallpaper and for those of you familiar with our firm, you know we love our wallpaper!
Not only do coverings offer interesting and unique aesthetics to a space, but they can absorb sound which is helpful in some of the larger scale rooms of today, especially those with hardwood or stone floors.
Take a look and see what you think.......
Check out this Houzz.com article showcasing an inspired mid-century modern home that my designer friend and office mate, Cynthia Prizant of Prizant Design, completed. Love it and love Cynthia!
Excited about our Newport Beach design project that we have been working on since late summer. Construction starting soon! Attached are a couple of pictures of our custom laundry room designs for this fun client. One laundry features a custom sewing and craft area and the other laundry has a wrapping paper station. Love!
It's been such a long time since our last post! We are excited to announce that we have moved in to our new design studio in San Juan Capistrano. We are right across the street from the Mission, behind Ciao Pasta. We are sharing space with Cynthia from Prizant Design. Come visit us!
31681 Camino Capistrano #105 in San Juan Capistrano.
This so speaks to me on so many levels. In case you can't read it well, it says "Anxiety is the handmaiden of creativity" by T.S. Eliot and is on a display pane of glass at a beautiful furniture showroom. I always felt that my angst with each design project is what tips the scale from just ho-hum to amazing.