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When Donald, a Senior Director at Genentech, wanted to reinvest in his master bath, he called LOCZIdesign.
Like a lot of our clients in San Francisco, Ethan and Ashley wanted to rejuvenate their existing Edwardian. With a focus on the kitchen and bathroom areas we refreshed the color palette and created a more open floor-plan optimizing square footage with ample storage and living space.
Insights and inspiration from LOCZIdesign for what tile can do to transform a space while playing with pattern, color and texture.
This project is about as San Francisco as it gets, so naturally we were thrilled to have it featured on Dwell! The residence is located on the iconic Haight Street in the old Theater Loft building. The Theatre Lofts were adapted into lofts by architect George Hauser back in 2001. Before going condo, the building was a movie palace built in 1926, and the exterior still looks more commercial than residential.
Let's be real. Every year we dread the daunting task of spring cleaning. So this year, I turned to Paige Loczi for a few of her go-to tips on cleaning your home for spring in an untraditional, yet rejuvenating way.
"No white after labor day." You may have heard this rule from your mother, grandmother, or another other classy and or classic woman in your life. The no-white-after-labor-day rule has been heavily ingrained into the American culture and in addition bled into the interior design world for decades.
For those willing to take a leap of faith, incorporating neon colors into your decor can brighten up your home well past the months of summer. Unexpected yet pleasant pops of neon have been spotted both in the fashion and interior design world — more than just a trend, bright colors have a vibration and psychology of their own.
This week we are highlighting just a few innovative and functional pieces to make any summer solstice gathering more joyful—and aesthetically pleasing!
We had a great time at this year's ICFF. Surrounded by new friends and old, and beautiful innovative elements, here's a recap of this year's favorites!