This past weekend, my friends took me to the most incredible restaurant for brunch in LA. The Church Key's atmosphere is truly breathtaking - from the menu to the Interior Design. I ate a spectacular plate of Eggs Benedict with Truffle Hollandaise sauce and nibbled on hot potato cakes and biscuits and gravy. All the while, though, I could hardly focus on my plate because I couldn't stop examining the details of the space. There were countless moments of delight incorporated into the design. After brunch, I immediately searched for the Designer responsible for this gorgeous interior (this is how I discover all of my favorite designers). I learned that Carrie Livingston, a designer operating in Beverley Hills & London, was the the force that made it all happen. If you live in LA or ever have the opportunity, I certainly encourage you to stop by The Church Key. My friends tell me that their dinner rivals their brunch! I'll have to wait and find out. Until next time, LA.
It's time for a project share! I'm really stoked to reveal this one. I recently designed this bedroom for a friend in San Francisco - and I honestly wish it were mine. My friend is free-spirited, adventurous, and a little old-fashioned. She loves warm colors, rustic wood finishes, and vintage furniture. This was one of my favorite projects to complete in my free time. It was so much fun to work with a close friend, and help her achieve exactly what she was looking for in her San Francisco home! Enjoy!
Selections: 1. the Adler Table / crafted in San Francisco by Ohio Design 2. vintage suitcase nightstand / Etsy & Craigslist / image via Lonny 3. the Gustavian Bed / Viva Terra 4. the Otto Tibetan Fur Bench / MGBW 5. the Copper Real Good Chair / Blu Dot 6. the Cole Stool / Made Goods 7. the Sophia Garment Rack / Crash Industrial 8. the Nourmak Encore rug collection / Nourison 9. a refinished vintage dresser / image via Natty by Design