| Rustic & Woodsy Interior Design at Yosemite National Park
Posted by maite on 11/20/2014
My last post focused on the luxurious museum quality furniture, lighting and interior design of the 1920's Ahwahnee Hotel, a National Historic Landmark at Yosemite Park. At $400 a night this lodging is as architecturally stunning as it's nearby counterpart, Half Dome.
For a less opulent, more earthy experience, Curry Village Camp also offers historic lodging from the the turn of the twenty century geared towards families and Grizzly Adams types.
Exquisite Interior Design & Furnishings at Yosemite National Park
Posted by Maite Garcia on 11/12/2014
I left L.A. last week with two wishes-- to escape the heatwave, and to forget about the world of custom furniture and design for a few days I escaped to Yosemite National Park where my first wish was promptly answered by experiencing this year's first snowfall. My second wish was not granted as I entered the Ahwahnee Hotel, a national historic landmark, and became enthralled and slightly obsessed by the original furniture, lighting and design details.
FALL IN LOS ANGELOS
Posted by maite on 10/29/2014
Fall doesnít come easy here in Los Angeles. The only things turning are menís heads at the bikini-clad water nymphs strutting down Venice beach. The only thing
crunching beneath our feet are fallen tortilla chips at our favorite outdoor
burrito stand. We window shop at
the outdoor malls squinting longingly
through sunglasses at the sweater, scarf and mitten cocooned mannequins
in the Gap windows as we sip our iced pumpkin lattes.
Admittedly, the L.A. sunsets are a deep and delicious swirl
of orange and amber, courtesy of the smog.
FAVORITE OCTOBER ACCESSORIES
Posted by Administrator on 10/27/2014
Copper, black and grey cast the tone for the warmth and mystery of the fall season. During this month of all things alien, forget the pasé ceramic pumpkins and black wire spiders with googly eyes. Instead, add a touch of chic darkness and cheeky goth to your lair with our one-of-a-kind moody accessories.
Ode to Octobe Part 1: Moody & Mysterious furniture
Posted by maite on 10/20/2014
In honor of October, the month of all things foreign, dark, and other worldly, we present some of our favorite custom pieces we've made this year that embrace the season. Like the scheming ravens and silent owls that watch us on these moonless nights, these pieces are a little moody, a little mysterious, maybe even naughty....
Out With the Old, In With the New
A client came into the store the other day with a couple of
very old chairs that were falling apart. The finish on them (which looks
charming in this photo, but trust me, isnít) was coming off in sheets and the upholstery
The other problem was that these chairs werenít them. They simply didnít fit who the
client was, and how they were going to live their lives. They wanted something FAR more modern and
edgy, even ironic.