GEORGE Projects: HDC Stadium Club

Hello and happy summer! Judging by the weather, beach season has officially arrived! We imagine that along with hitting the beach some of you soccer fans might also be watching the Euro Cup, which brings us to our next project--the Home Depot Center Stadium Club. The Stadium Club restaurant overlooks the 27,000 seat soccer stadium, which is the proud home of MLS teams Chivas USA and Los Angeles Galaxy. The Stadium Club is also often utilized for concert events that take place at the HDC. 

The space needs an updated design, and we've been hard at work brainstorming and planning one for it. Take a look at what it currently looks like:

And a few sneak peaks at ideas we have for the new space...

Stay tuned for updates on this exciting project!

Bathrooms, Creating Warm & Cozy - Part II

A few posts ago we showed you this bathroom in its original state and then under construction. Everything is all patched up and polished now, and what a difference it is! Check it out: 

Custom Cabinetry built by Bob the cabinet maker.  This cabinet maker has been working with the clients for many years and they have a wonderful relationship with many successful projects together.

A close up of the beautiful glass tile detail around the solid surface vanity: 

The shower tile combination turned out stunning.  Bold, sleek and sexy:

And it's moments like this that make us so happy that we do what we do...Just look at this beautiful happy homeowner in her now perfect-fitting tub!!

See you next time!   

Zig Or Zag?

Lately it seems like I've been spotting chevron patterns everywhere I turn - on floors, on walls, on furniture - EVERYWHERE! I see it in my dreams. However, it was when I stumbled upon these lovely detail images on the Taj Mahal that I think I officially fell in love:

Aren’t those details gorgeous? From fun and bold to elegant and understated, the chevron pattern is a nice  decorative element that can add movement and depth to an interior. Its cousin, the herringbone pattern, can also achieve similar effects. The only difference between the two is that chevron consists of planks or tiles with edges that are cut at an angle while herringbone consists of rectangular planks or tiles. Thus, the chevron pattern has a distinct line (or illusion of one) running down the middle while herringbone is pieced together more like a zigzag jigsaw puzzle. A minor detail, but when you’re a design junkie it’s all about the details!

So which do you prefer? Are you Team Chevron or are you Team Herringbone? 



A Bath By the Sea, Part III

And voila! We are so excited to take you on a photographic tour of this finished beauty. Take a look:

We are loving the way the light shimmers down the Vihari glass tiles!

The darker wood on the vanity and cabinet adds a touch of warmth:

We hope you enjoyed viewing our bath-by-the-sea as much as we enjoyed designing it!

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