• brentwood spanish moroccan

    The daybed was outfitted in a relatively monochromatic play on reds and oranges, infusing a symphony of textiles with different textures and patterns to create a generous nook which embodies the warmth and color central to the client's vision.

    The daybed was outfitted in a relatively monochromatic play on reds and oranges, infusing a symphony of textiles with different textures and patterns to create a generous nook which embodies the warmth and color central to the client's vision.
  • brentwood spanish moroccan

    Neutral tones for the main pieces of furniture allow a few bold accents to tie the room together while a grouping of objects of the same material creates an unexpected mantel arrangement.

    Neutral tones for the main pieces of furniture allow a few bold accents to tie the room together while a grouping of objects of the same material creates an unexpected mantel arrangement.
  • brentwood spanish moroccan

    The dining table is set on an over-dyed, vintage rug in blue tones that adds a welcome cool to the warmth and vibrancy of the wood and traditional plaster walls. Old sake jars reflect the cream and browns of the walls and metal and beautifully fill the space under the open stairway.

    The dining table is set on an over-dyed, vintage rug in blue tones that adds a welcome cool to the warmth and vibrancy of the wood and traditional plaster walls. Old sake jars reflect the cream and browns of the walls and metal and beautifully fill the space under the open stairway.
  • brentwood spanish moroccan

    The Moroccan pattern of the custom designed glass backsplash was based on a sketch found in a painted journal by the client on a trip to Spain. Master artisans were flown in from Morocco to install the mosaic of reds and golds in the traditional manner, adding an additional element of authenticity and depth to the home.

    The Moroccan pattern of the custom designed glass backsplash was based on a sketch found in a painted journal by the client on a trip to Spain. Master artisans were flown in from Morocco to install the mosaic of reds and golds in the traditional manner, adding an additional element of authenticity and depth to the home.
  • brentwood spanish moroccan

    A small vignette inside the front door anchors the entry hall, complemented by the individually selected, hand-painted floor tile from France and the custom iron screen based on an archival image of an antique gate.

    A small vignette inside the front door anchors the entry hall, complemented by the individually selected, hand-painted floor tile from France and the custom iron screen based on an archival image of an antique gate.