GARDENS & INTERIORS
The raked gravel court is a traditional feature of a Japanese Zen Garden.
Drought tolerant plants and boulders were arranged on the perimeter of the gravel court.
Rosemary, Senecio and Loropetalum are part of the planting for the Zen Garden.
Raking the gravel court into patterns and contemplating it's beauty is part of the meditative process of the garden and something the owner's requested.
Another view of the gravel court with plantings of pittosporum.
Custom built raised beds were added to the backyard of a home for the gardener to grow their own vegetables.
A backyard in Pasadena gets new drought tolerant planting. The avocado tree was original to the yard.
A Hibiscus is added to a new drought tolerant garden in Pasadena.
This garden was just installed but in six months it should be a lush arrangement of flowers and textures.
A Chinese Windhorse sculpture against a Japanese Screen.
The owner's dog sits in front of a Moroccan chest on a Tibetan carpet.
An arrangement of pictures and mirrors adorn the far wall.
The dining area doubles as a library.
A Syrian screen and an Italian chair share the space with a Chinese drum table.
A cherry red couch raises the volume in the sitting room.
A view of the community room looking into the new kitchen. The paneling was original to the mid-century modern building.
The combination bookstore and office space features custom made cabinetry.
The central hall of a historic house in Pasadena. The original details of the house were restored.