Thank You, houzz: LMB Interiors Wins 2018 Best of houzz Design Award

We are delighted to share the news that our firm has received a Best of houzz 2018 award for Design.

This is a viewer’s choice award, based on the number of times images from our portfolio have been added to idea books in 2017. For example, as of this posting, the photo above has been saved by 5,461 houzz users! That’s […]

January 22nd, 2018|Interior Design|

The Art of Fine Dining at The Wolf: Choosing Art for Restaurant Interior Design

Whether a design project starts with choosing the art or whether the art is the finishing touch that pulls a design together, perfectly punctuating the visual and feeling tones, art is essential to interior design.

This is true whether the art is hanging in your living room, or on […]

Modern Bachelor Pad — In Living Color

While we adore all of our clients and the beautiful structures which we help fill and adorn, like a parent adores all of their children, this recent mid-century modern interior design project was a particular delight. This client, a smart, energetic, creative, happy person, a man who, in-person, presents as refined and understated — he wanted color. Lots of color. When we introduced some color, he wanted even more color: Bright pops; lively art.

Boss Lady Home-Office Makeover with Love: After and Before

We love Boss Lady, Vanessa Bergmark, Owner/CEO of Red Oak Realty, and the feeling is mutual. Our long term relationship started first with a design refresh of the Red Oak space in Montclair, which led to re-doing Red Oak offices on Solano, and most recently, giving her this oh-so-hip, modern, and inspiring home […]

Designer VIP Tours Are a Thing (Part 2): Cambria Countertops and Culture Tour for the Midwestern Win

Welcome to Part 2 of my series of “Wooed and Wowed by Vendors” blog posts. (Click here to read Part 1)

On this tour-de-force of product education, state of the design industry talks, and pure pleasure moments, Cambria’s three-day designer extravaganza included a showroom visit, a factory tour, a baseball game, and meals and […]

Spring Is the New New-Year’s (and It’s Not Over Yet!)

Spring is here in the Bay Area, with its cold gray days that send us back into our sweaters, and bright sunshiny days that make it feel like summer is already upon us, even though, technically-speaking, that season starts in late June, after the solstice.

Did you know that in certain cultures and traditions, Spring, not […]