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What are some things that inspired you while working on the design for this project?
This project was so much fun right from the start. I felt a real connection to the space. I love creating a juxtapose between styles. I knew I wanted to experiment and be open to new ideas. Listening to my client's needs and trusting my intuition is where I start. Then a solid color palette and millwork design begin. After that the space takes on its own life, I just follow the story.
Do you have a signature design element that you like to include in every home? Something that makes it LAAM?
My design aesthetic will always combine comfort and function. The style can range from project to project. I begin by referencing art, architecture and furniture design. I love Miro, Degas, Cezanne, I can choose a painting from an art book and create a color scheme. My favorite furniture design is Italian vintage c. 1960’s. I love Tura’s deco modern pieces and Mario Bellini is always a favorite. I don’t think you can go wrong combing the classics with a functional floor LAAM Interiors plan along with great storage. Rugs and lighting are also a source of inspiration. Once I find what style rugs whether it be a Turkish antique or a hand-knotted contemporary rug it will set the tone for the project. I love modern lighting with a deco reference, the combination of these elements can really create magic. You will always find my client's personal items scattered throughout if it’s a throw blanket or their child's art. I truly want the space to reflect their personal style and to feel like home.
What was your overall goal for this space?
The goal for this space was to create harmony, beauty, functionality with an effortless edge.
Lastly, what is your favorite Triple Seven piece?
My favorite piece for this project from Triple Seven was the Cordelia sconce. It was the first piece of lighting I selected, then I selected 4 more!