You’re beginning to get into the groove of working from home. The kids know to stay out of the room, the sound of the washing machine isn’t permeating into your work domain and your spouse knows you're not home to socialize all day. But still, it feels like the guest room. Or the dining room. Or the corner you’ve carved out somewhere, anywhere.
I know, right? Shelter in place. An in-your-face wake-up call to the importance of home and how it relates to our sense of security and well-being. Now more than ever we need peace. A stress-free environment where we can best manage these uncertain times. All you need to do
We guide you through the process of design, gently stretching your perceptions of what a warm and welcoming space can be.” Stacey says. “Our knowledge of color, comfort, function and style, and your occasional leap of faith, will result in an exceedingly successful environment that feels best – that becomes your expressive, nurturing and productive space you call home.”
I’ve recently become interested in learning about Biophilic design, how our vital connection to nature can be carried into the design of our homes. Far more impactful than bringing a plant indoors or installing a wall of windows, understanding and implementing Biophilia in our work can vastly improve the lives of
Bay Area Women magazine interviews Stacey Lapuk, ASID, celebrating 30 years as a full-service luxury interior design firm. Our clients range from celebrities and leaders of industry to people and families next door. Much of our work is now focused on our local fire re-builds (Sonoma and Napa counties), those