Collection by Casey Tiedman


The heart of the space is the sunken velvet couch and conversation pit.
“The amount of work that was done to get things to look so naïve was phenomenal,” Rogers says.
In a family home in Mill Valley, California, Lauren Goldman of l’oro designs kept her clients’ goals of “modern yet...
Luke channels Jimi on the concrete floor of the open living and dining room.
- Cupertino, California Dwell Magazine : September / October...
Connected to the main house by a narrow bridge, a three-story cedar tower with a sauna at its base recalls a tree house.
Sliding doors cast shadows across the concrete floor.
Operable walnut shutters shed dappled light from windows throughout 23.2.

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