Here are the rest of the photos from the Hernandez house. Again, what's remarkable about this room is that all the furniture and accessories are either donated by our generous vendor sponsors or purchased from funds donated by equally generous friends and clients.Product information at the end of this article.
Creamy neutrals accented with soft, pale blues contrast with dark wood for a mood that is calm and soothing yet not lacking in drama. Bedroom furniture provided by Living Spaces. Bedding provided by Design Line Drapery in Tustin, CA. Lamps by Lighting Innovation at the Laguna Design Center in Laguna Niguel, CA.
Casual refinement in the dining area. Dining set provided by Living Spaces.
A portion of the living room with view of the dining area. Sliding doors lead to a nice garden lit up by the morning sun. The same colors and wood tones repeated in both rooms bring everything together.
Last but not least, the bedroom that I created for two-year old Victoria. This is a room that is playfully suited for a two-year old. Girly yet sophisticated enough to transition as she grows. She wanted a fairy theme, and we accomplished this in large part due to an amazing fairy woodland mural done by the artist Jeanine Hattas of Fresh Murals. The quilt was lovingly done by a volunteer quilter (name to follow). The furniture was purchased from Home Elegance at a great discount and the window treatment was done by yours truly.
Furniture provided by Living Spaces
Mural in child's bedroom provided by Jeanine Hattas
Bedding in master bedroom provided by
Design Line Drapery Mfg. Inc.
1342 Bell Ave Ste 3L
Tustin, CA 92780
Tustin, CA 92780
Photo at left: I think little Victoria loves her house!
Lighting fixtures and lamps provided by
23811 Aliso Creek Road Suite #11
Laguna Niguel, Ca 92677