Install Day: brick colonial

Nothing gives me more pleasure then seeing months and months of work and creativity come together! Earlier this week we had a large installation at a brick colonial home we have been renovating in here in California.

What the “after” pictures don’t tell you is how long it takes to get to this point. We began working with the architect just over a year ago, and construction started in March.

During the many months of architectural planning and construction, I’m also working on the interior design concept. Custom furniture, lighting, rugs and art take months to design and produce.

Install Day is a whirlwind. All the design elements we’ve spent months curating and producing come together in the polished, remodeled space.

The process of a remodel is an interior designer’s dream.  We designers love nothing more than to have our way with a home. To rip down, re-concept and rebuild takes patience and imagination but it is immensely satisfying.

Here is sneak peak of the home:

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10 Responses to Install Day: brick colonial

  1. Bonnie Periale says:

    Amy! Your work is stunning. Your choices in fabrics and papers and lights are always so “right on the mark,” fresh and original AND classic. How do you DO that?! Do you offer Skype consulting?!

  2. amy layfer says:

    I just love it!

  3. Amy,
    This is stunning. I love the color palate and the view out of the bathroom isn’t bad either! So pretty.

  4. Holly says:

    Beautiful as always Amy – love seeing your work. I’ve really been enjoying deep reds and blues together lately too so love the palette you’ve got going on here as well.

  5. Stephanie Boysen says:

    I love seeing your work, Amy. This home is absolutely gorgeous. I know the amount of time and effort that goes into making your vision a reality and the results are spectacular.

  6. Amy

    This house is just lovely. It looks current without looking trendy. Beachy but classic. Love it!

  7. Love the blue chevron chairs! Where are they from?

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  9. dawn says:

    Love the fabric on the roman shades.

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