Chango & Co. renovated a beautiful Colonial home to make it a celebration of all the seasons, bringing the outdoors in through the inspired use of color, fabrics and textures, and unique art and accessories.
Designer Kathy Geissler Best creates a functional poolside bathroom with different activity zones.
Designer Kathy Geissler Best updates an uninviting living room with refurbished wood paneling and antique furniture.
Designers Jackie Bayer and Sadie Sanchez of Emerald Hill Interiors created a one-of-a-kind master suite for a homeowner who loves all things feminine, romantic and covered in jewels.
A family wanted a house that was not only kid friendly, but better suited for entertaining. Designer Claire Paquin worked with them to create an elegant, contemporary space that included multiple seating areas, a billiards room and a master suite for the parents' own personal retreat.
This formal living room was separated into two distinct spaces: one a bit more formal for entertaining, and the other providing a more casual atmosphere for relaxing. To maximize the budget, many of the homeowners' existing pieces were repurposed in the space.
An outdated Brooklyn brownstone needed help to accommodate the changing lifestyle of a young, growing family. Susana Simonpietri of Chango & Co. used layers of different materials, strategic built-ins and well-placed mirrors to create more storage and light in a building defined by its limited availability of both.
Natural light fills this white contemporary kitchen thanks to strategically placed black iron-framed windows. Designer Carter Kay worked with the homeowner to create distinct workspaces, have devoted prep areas, inject country flair and truly create a heart of the home.
A major update to a movie producer's Hollywood Hills backyard added an Indian flavor and included the installation of full-grown trees.
FINNE architects worked with a homeowner who wanted to open up her dark, cramped kitchen. The new space has a contemporary feel to it and an open floor plan that shares space with the dining room. Design elements including elm wood and pendant lights were used to unify the spaces.
This 1940s-era Colonial home remodel was ten years in the making, starting with the living room and ending with a new second-floor loft.
Designer Harmony Weihs made things personal when she completely remodeled her own kitchen. An addition made the space larger while complementing the midcentury-era home. Workspaces are distinctly separate from social areas, all without compromising the social aspect of cooking.
Interior designer Karen Wolf combined metallic finishes with a soft but strong color palette to create a sophisticated glam look for a young girl.
Lemon Grass Interior Architecture turned a disused sunroom into a lovely master bathroom that provides expansive views of the outdoors without sacrificing privacy.
Tasked with creating a new home on a tiny lot in a historic neighborhood under demanding architecture codes, Cavin and Claire Costello found creative uses for space and common materials. The result is an award-winning design that's caught the eye of many Phoenix homeowners, who now want some of the same features in their own houses.