Recently, Cisco Home gave its San Francisco location a major refresh. Their newly transformed upstairs loft level is now home to the Environment Gallery. The furniture in the Environment Collection feels rustic and contemporary, with natural materials in elegantly uncomplicated forms. Many of the wood pieces are made of reclaimed Peroba Rosa from Brazil, and others are built with responsibly harvested mahogany and pine.If you live in or are visiting the Bay Area, be sure to visit the location and check out the Environment Collection!
By: Eunice Cho
This month, Zeel partnered with Olympic Bronze Medalist,Steve Johnson, during his bid at the 2016 US Open Tennis Championship. Johnson used Zeel to compliment his workout regiment and loved the customization and efficiency of the app. The benefits of massage include reducing muscle pain, boosting circulation, subduing stress, and easing injuries, which can be enjoyed by both professional athletes and weekend warriors. Try the app out for yourself to reap similar benefits with your workout regiment!
By: Eunice Cho
Visit LA’s best stops from Culver City to the coast of Santa Monica via the city’s newest public transportation programs – the Expo Line and Breeze Bike Share program. The August 2016 issue of Sunset Magazine named The Albright as an essential seaside stop to end the day after exploring the city, traffic free!
1. SunnyLIFE Avalon Beach Paddles
2. Heather Taylor Napkins
3. Loeffler Randall Suze Strappy Sandal
4. Cisco Home Pouf 20″ Round Ottoman
5. Bobbin Brownie Bike in St. Ives Green
6. SunnyLIFE Bocce / Set of 8
7. SunnyLIFE Pineapple Pool Float
8. Coola Piña Colada Sunscreen
9. Kayu Clutch “Malia”
We’re excited to announce that Traditional Home has named Allison Bloom as one of their 2016 New Trad Designers! The New Trad Designers are young, talented designers chosen annually from all over the world.
Allison’s design can best be described as authentic and sophisticated; she is known for her intuitively curated and layered interiors. Her artful mash-ups draw heavily on local artisans so she can style a space with beauty and soul. Her love for design comes from her commitment to helping people make their corner of the world cozier, lovelier, and more welcoming – in short, not a house but a home.
May has been a busy month for all of our clients! Have a look below at all of their amazing projects from this past month.
Dehn Bloom Design
Allison Bloom’s selection of vibrant and tranquil paint colors were featured in the May 2016 issue of House Beautiful. Pictured below are Allison’s selections that will give your visitors the royal treatment. Allison chose Manuka; a color she believes will welcome the visitors and make them feel as if they are the first and only people to stay in your home.
Heather Taylor took a trip to Seoul along with her friends, Clare Vivier and Jeana Sohn, as seen in below’s article from Vogue Magazine. This was Heather’s first trip to the country and she was astonished by what she discovered in the city. This trip was primarily for three close friends who all shared a common interest: to discover the small, exasperating treasures that have made South Korea such an amazing city.
Marie Bryne-“Ladies Who Lunch”
Marie Bryne was featured in Rue Magazine’s May 2016 issue. Marie Bryne’s restaurant, Local Kitchen + Wine Bar, set the scene and helped celebrate meaningful friendships. Founders of Sugar Paper LA crafted invites, menus, gift tags and place cards and LIFE.STYLE set the table, both taking a normal weekday lunch to the next level. Chef, Stephen Murray, prepared an incredible menu, making it a very memorable day.