Thursday, February 17, 2011

Designer Profile: Natasha Baradaran

As I navigate through the blog world, one thing that I have found that I would like to share with you are some amazing designers and their inspiring portfolios. So without further ado...first up:

"every residential space should reflect the client's lifetime of experiences and travels; rather than that of the interior designer." 

Bel Air Whimsical
 Natasha strives to create timeless spaces that have something of the unexpected. In this whimsical house, the client’s love for bold colors became the staple for each space. In addition, luxurious fabrics, dramatic lighting, and one of kind found objects give these spaces a vibrant and distinct feel.

Beverly Hills Tuscan
A combination of classical Tuscan colors, materials and stonework are juxtaposed with modern elements, like contemporary onyx mosaic stone patterns, clean lined bathroom fixtures and Asian accessories to give the spaces a unique flair.

Brentwood Traditional
In this Brentwood estate, the interiors have a fresh vibe while embracing traditional architecture and antiques. The presentation of the client’s extensive modern art collection was the driving inspiration for the project. Clean lines of furniture pieces and colors were selected to complement and enhance the client’s personal treasures.

Holmby Hills Georgian
With the continuity of colors and the use of livable fabrics, large rooms feel inviting. This project was an add-on project, in which Natasha remodeled the kitchen completely, re-worked existing rooms and redesigned some rooms all together.

Canyon Eclectic

In this California Ranch Style House, the challenge was to keep an uncluttered and sophisticated aesthetic, while creating family friendly interiors. A colorful palette with a wide array of furniture styles are used to create an environment which feels "lived-in" and displays the homeowners love to collect pieces from around the world.

Natasha is passionate about mixing old with new to create fresh, livable spaces. She effortlessly combines traditional spaces with modern furnishings and on the flip side,  integrates modern environments with vintage details 
Don't you just love that? How nice to not be tied into any one style!

I hope you enjoyed her designs as much as I did. Leave me a comment below and let me know. Also, would you like to see this feature again, perhaps twice a month?

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