When Jerry Wang found that perfect Spanish Mediterranean house in the perfect neighborhood, The Rose Garden, he immediately made an offer on it. What wasn’t so perfect was the exterior paint choices, mish-mash of interior details, lack of furnishings, and missing patio accents that define a Spanish Mediterranean home.
That’s where we stepped in. Out went the exterior colors of sun faded yellow, green, and orange/red trims and in went a warm terra cotta, earthy brown, and creamy white trim colors. The new color choices gave the house volumn and worked wonderfully with the tiled roof while establishing it as a Mediterranean home.
Jerry was more than thrilled after the interior and exterior remodel was done. He felt we fulfilled all his wishes and more. Plus, he said many people have complimented on how beautiful and warm his home feels.
“I have known Trevor for a long time. Well, since he was still in college, as a matter of fact. I was first very impressed with Trevor’s exquisite taste of food and fine things. I learned about his design talent when I saw a few of his Web projects for school and work. But it wasn’t until I asked him to design my Mediterranean home I purchased that I realized how talented he really is.”
— Jerry Wang, Homeowner and Happy Client
Trevor Tang : Designer
David Zimbauer : General Contractor
Jason : Contractor
Miguel Cortes : Painter
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LIVING ROOM | For the living and dining rooms, we chose neutrals colors. Soft white for the walls and a creamy yellow for accents that work wonderfully with the dark-brown stained beams and wrought iron details. The cotton and linen sofa, aged-leather side chairs, and wood coffee table all fit harmoniously in the space. Luxurious silk accent pillows in spicy colors that we pulled from the artwork on the wall added a punch of color. Two tropical palms help bring the outdoors in.
DINING ROOM | In the dining room, the linen upholstered chairs with black-brown painted wood frames and dining table work nicely with the existing oil-rubbed bronze light fixture. A sideboard serves as extra storage for dining linens, dishes, and silverware. The silk stripe draperies pull colors from the living room and tie both spaces together.
PATIO & BACKYARD
PATIO & BACKYARD | We also had the deck in the backyard power-washed and stained to freshen it up. Three wrought iron details were added behind the bench to bring in that Spanish Mediterranean look. Plus it also served as a barrier to keep JD, the owner’s dog, from jumping out of the backyard and running away. A new heavy gate was also designed and installed for that purpose. The detached garage was painted to match the new house colors.