1607 Wellington Ave Oakland, CA
july 2021
1607 wellington is full of surprising details, like the one-of-a-kind oil painting above the fireplace or the magnificent green cabinets. also worth mentioning is the capiz shell chandelier in the foyer...
 need i say more?
288 Whitmore # 110
July 2021
Living in a studio is hard, but staging one? actually it's not so bad! But that could have been because I was quite familiar with small spaces, my 1-bedroom apartment at the time was just a tad larger!
because (almost) every wall is visible at once, developing a theme is really important. this will keep the space consistent and not feel overwhelming.  Going for a southwest look I kept my furniture muted and brought in color through artwork. If i chose a pop of color, i made sure to repeat it elsewhere within the space to create a nice flow.
i was able to divide the space into three zones: dining, living and sleeping. using art, plants and furniture to define the space. i opted to not include an arm chair and used a pouf instead. since this is a versatile piece of furniture it can act as a side table or more seating if necessary.  
1003 Verdermer Dr, Alameda CA
July 2021
This town home begged for soft & Serene styling. A more neutral color pallet, with pops of color throughout the home. Each piece of art was hand selected, to add visual interest and character.
2311 7th Ave
july 2021
this was the most exciting home i had the pleasure of working on. the seller had impeccable taste and i did my best to select furniture that complimented the existing style.

634 62nD St Oakland, CA
October 2021
Is this back porch the reason someone is going to buy this home? Probably not, but it's the attention to detail that I care about. i catch all the charming little quirks a property might have and transform them into a cohesive space. forgot to remove a ceiling hook? don't worry, I got you, I usually have a spare macrame in my car!

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