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dining room

Fresh, Acquired, Worldly
A unique interior featuring three aesthetics in one. Crisp, simple cream and green colors offer a light, fresh, sophisticated backdrop. Varieties of patterns and textures lend a worldly appearance to the entire space, complementing existing Asian antiques and new furnishings selected for their perceived heirloom qualities. Natural light floods every room of the home.

2011 - ASID Honorable Mention, Multiple Rooms/Entire Residence under 1000SF

Modern Masterpiece
These empty nesters decided to move into a small condominium. And they brought a large number of antiques, vintage finds and artwork with them. LiLu served as curator, designing a slick, neutral, yet contemporary interior to accentuate the couple's extensive collections. The dark rift cut oak floor grounds the space, while the addition of focal points throughout the space complements and balances the large scale artwork.
 
2011 - ASID Honorable Mention, Residential-Multiple Rooms/Entire Residence 1000-3499 SF

These photos are from multiple homes staged for sale in the San Francisco Bay Area, including Oakland, San Leandro, and Alameda cities.  Staging took less than an hour at each location, with a crew of 6 workers and pre-supplied furnishings, props, plants, and art.

A rennovation was needed to open up this Union St. apartment and allow for a better inflow of natural light. The end result was a clean, modern, and organic aesthetic.

Ms. Alston recently won as ASID design award for her work  in 2012 designing a library/ dining room. The room is a multi purpose room for the homeowner to enjoy as a library on a day to day basis but still be elegant and functional as a dining room on formal occasions. The children do their homework there at nite and the couple has breaksfast by the large window in the morning. Ms. Alston designed  a bookcase that includes shelving, a buffet and a special built in area for art  and lighting. The moldings in the room were all replaced and designed to match the new millwork.

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