Southbay Home

This project shows a different aesthetic than people might connect us with. We had an amazing connection with our client, allowing a collaboration of beautiful ideas to unravel. The clients entertain frequently and came to Norman Design Group desiring a kitchen that was chic but also ef cient for their parties. The kitchen had to ow with the adjacent family room, work well with the catering team and also be great for a family to cook in.

We worked in collaboration with senior designer Elif Karacay to combine high-gloss, lacquered cabinets, a contrast- ing walnut island countertop, polished concrete ooring and a fantastic pop of tangerine. The entire kitchen was com- pletely reworked, and a new space plan was created, making the kitchen sleek and also very functional.

The family room was very fun to design because we created a mid-century look combined with all of today’s modern enter- taining must-haves. Peeking over the bar area are incredible, vintage, black and white photos showcasing LA’s iconic landmarks by artist Julian Wasser. The white lacquer and walnut combination was brought into this space as well for continuity.

The serene master suite is nished with luxurious linens, Hickory Chair case goods, Phillip Jeffries wall coverings and A.Rudin upholstery.

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