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Pasadena Showcase House of Design Supporting the Arts throughout our Community


Ultimate Viewpoints: 56

The 56 th Pasadena Showcase House of Design is available exclusively through a virtual experience Ultimate Viewpoints: 56. Tour the Locke House interactively at your own pace with 360ยบ views, see designers introduce, as well as share, their inspirations for their design spaces, and get to know more about each designer. Click Here to Purchase Tickets

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Welcome to the 2020 Pasadena Showcase House of Design

Welcome to Locke House – a 1937 Federal-country estate designed by Hollywood society’s architect, Gerard R. Colcord. Situated on park-like grounds, Locke House is a 6,700 square-foot two-story family home that features six bedrooms and five bathrooms. This year we challenged our designers to demonstrate how beautiful design can be achieved in an environmentally sustainable manner and to embrace the elegance and utility of smaller home spaces as we trend towards simplifying our lives.

However, by early March we were confronted with the COVID-19 pandemic and the resulting shutdown in Los Angeles County. At the time, we were at the height of construction activity on the property – down to studs and floor joists in almost half of the house – and were forced to drastically restrict on-site trades to ensure that everyone’s health and safety was protected. Although progress continued very slowly, it did so in a safe and healthy manner and was managed within all state and local health mandates. Six months later, the artfully reimagined 56th Pasadena Showcase House of Design emerged ready, sparkling and optimistic for its reveal! The design pages of the program are a true testament to the spirit of Showcase: aspirational design. And in this 56th year, more than any other year before it, Locke House reflects the strength and perseverance of our collaborative aspiration. We are immensely grateful to the extraordinary designers and craftsmen who worked tirelessly to create this exquisite Showcase House. They worked miracles throughout the pandemic and brought flair and sophistication to every inch of the property. Thank you also to our generous Sponsors, Resources, Patrons and

Vikki Sung President

Special Friends who each contributed in a myriad of ways. We are indebted to the members of Pasadena Showcase House for the Arts, and especially the Core Committee, who worked diligently with the designers to complete the construction and design work over the prolonged shutdown. Their dedication and resourcefulness are legendary in the community. We invite you to wander virtually through the lovely rooms and gardens at the Showcase House and hope that you will be inspired by the artistry of this year’s design teams. Although unable to safely hold an in-person tour, we are pleased to offer ​Ultimate Viewpoints: 56 (UV:56)​, which is the virtual tour of Locke House. U ​ V:56 offers guests a 360-degree in-depth dive into each of the design areas, including designer video interviews, Dunn-Edwards color selections, the resource listing, and a designer engagement section. Whether this is your first visit or a longstanding annual one, thank you for your patronage. Your attendance has made it possible for us to contribute over $23 million in support of music programs and has brought a lasting legacy to the community. We think you’ll agree with us

Jill Fosselman Benefit Chair

that Locke House is “more than just a pretty house,” and sincerely hope that you enjoy ​UV:56.

This page is sponsored by Vikki Sung and Frank Hu

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Table of Contents Become a Member......................... 13 Your Attendance Supports the Arts.......................... 14 Members of Pasadena Showcase House for the Arts......... 20

Mighty Mudroom with Pet Spa....... 44 Courtney Thomas Design Garage........................................... 45 Organized Garage Solutions Live/Work Studio........................... 46 Studio Palomino

Showcase Strong........................... 22 Patrons.......................................... 25 Sponsors & Major Resources......... 28 Special Friends.............................. 29 Advisors........................................ 30 Benefit Committee........................ 31 The Estate and Its History.............. 34

Millennial Suite.............................. 47 Janine Gregory Designs Upstairs Laundry........................... 48 Ilustracion by Jake, Corp. Young Explorer’s Room.................. 49 Whelan Design House Jack & Jill Bathroom...................... 50 Kassy + Company

Sun & Waterscape Terrace............. 59 California Waterscapes

Sophisticated Girl’s Room.............. 51 SH interiors

Pool House Lounge........................ 60 American Society of Interior Design

Primary Bedroom.......................... 52 Studio Jhoiey, Inc.

Veranda......................................... 61 Louise O’Malley, Inc.

Primary Dressing Room & Bathroom...................................... 54 Studio Jhoiey, Inc.

Pool............................................... 62 Pacific Outdoor Living

1939 Architectural Digest.............. 36 Circular Entry................................ 37 The Garden Natives Entry/Foyer & Main Staircase......... 38 Christine Jahan Designs Breakfast/Morning Room............... 39 Cozy•Stylish•Chic / Jeanne K Chung Inc. Dining Room.................................. 40 Ammie Kim Interior Design

Family Room.................................. 55 Fiona Lau Interiors, Inc. Office Suite................................... 56 Pamela Sandall Design

Cottage Rhapsody......................... 64 Shari Tipich Decorative Design & Artistry The Restaurant and Shops at Showcase......................... 65 Resources..................................... 68

Butler’s Pantry.............................. 41 Four Point Design Build, Inc. Kitchen.......................................... 42 Four Point Design Build, Inc.

Gallery........................................... 57 Parker West Interiors Bella Notte Loggia......................... 58 Shari Tipich Decorative Design & Artistry

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2020 Pasadena Showcase House of Design

2020 Master Color Palette This year’s Master color palette is... Whites

Neutrals

DET648 • White Picket Fence

DEW345 • White Fever

DE6183 • Home Plate

DE6110 • Warm Hearth

DE6128 • Sand Dune

Color

DET454 • Arizona Clay

DEC728 • Madera

DET494 • Beachcombing

DET470 • Honey Nectar

DE5439 • Brown Rum

DE5793 • Frozen Tundra

DE5801 • Silver Skate

DE5822 • Silver Storm

DET572 • Dark & Stormy

DE5097 • Red Rock

DET422 • Attar of Rose

DE5151 • Cinnamon Stick

DE5144 • Pouring Copper

DE5687 • Minty Fresh

DE5688 • Ode to Green

DE5710 • Treetop

DET543 • Veranda

DET523 • Cloistered Garden

DE5655 • Fresh Sod

DE5657 • Midnight Garden

DEA181 • Refined Green

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Become a Member

Make an Impact Consider Becoming a Member Members of Pasadena Showcase House of the Arts (PSHA) work toward a common goal of providing the gift of music to our community. Join us to engage in worthwhile and gratifying experiences while contributing your skills and talents to our annual benefit, the Pasadena Showcase House of Design, which raises money to support music and arts in schools, local music organizations, as well as cultural and educational programs in the greater Pasadena area.

You also have the chance to volunteer at PSHA’s three music programs: Music Mobile™ introduces classical music to third-grade students and gives them the opportunity to play a selection of instruments; Youth Concert brings 4,000 fourthgrade students to the Walt Disney Concert Hall each year to hear a specially developed program performed by the Los Angeles Philharmonic; and Instrumental Competition awards prize money to talented young musicians ages 16 to 24 who compete in Strings, Brass, and Wind instruments.

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Along the way, you will learn new skills, expand your capabilities, and forge new friendships. Like all community service, the benefits of membership are intangible but fulfilling. Membership in PSHA offers many different volunteer opportunities. You are sure to connect with one of our many philanthropic facets. This page is sponsored by Garrett Colllins and Matt McIntyre

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Your Attendance Supports the Arts

When you buy a ticket, designate Pasadena Showcase House for the Arts (PSHA) as your choice at AmazonSmile, or donate directly, you support the work of PSHA and increase our contributions to the community. Flip through the program and see the impact we make with our Music Mobile™, Youth Concert, Instrumental Competition and Gifts & Grants programs.

A 501(c)3 California corporation founded in 1948, PSHA is an all-volunteer organization. Our volunteers work countless hours to produce the Pasadena Showcase House of Design as our annual fundraiser, through which we generate financial support for programs that benefit the community. PSHA supports a broad and diverse list of programs including musical theater, orchestra, jazz ensembles, marching bands and choral groups at local schools, as well as music therapy for at-risk children. We underwrite concerts to ensure that the joy of live music is made available to a wide range of audiences, and many other programs. This enriches the community and provides opportunities for a variety of groups – from students to seniors – to learn, enjoy and grow from their experiences in these programs. Additionally, PSHA has a longstanding history of sponsoring the Los Angeles Philharmonic and its educational and community outreach programs. PSHA has made donations of over $23 million to support music programs that have enriched countless lives and have brought a lasting legacy to the community.

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Music Mobile™ Pasadena Showcase House for the Arts (PSHA) has had the distinct pleasure of bringing the Music Mobile™ program to third grade students in the San Gabriel Valley since 1971. This program has received numerous local and national awards for its originality and educational excellence. Beginning in 2005, PSHA partnered with the Pasadena Conservatory of Music (PCM) to expand our community outreach by inviting schools in the San Gabriel Valley to participate. We have presented the Music Mobile program to over 125,000 students. The Music Mobile™ van is filled with brass, woodwind, string and percussion instruments. Students participate in a hands-on presentation of these instruments. At each presentation, colorful banners identify the various instruments and instrument groups as the PCM conductor teaches and introduces the concept of a symphony orchestra. PSHA members assist the third graders as they play the instruments. For many students, this is the first time they have touched a musical instrument. The excitement on their faces is evident when they see all the instruments and as they are allowed to handle and play them. The program serves to stimulate the students’ curiosity about music and encourages further exploration and appreciation. This year the Music Mobile™ program is sponsored by a generous grant from United Charity Foundation to bring music to the children of the San Gabriel Valley. Barbara C. Lake Pasadena Showcase House Music Mobile™ Chair

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Youth Concert Each year the Pasadena Showcase Youth Concert draws nearly 4,000 fourth graders from the San Gabriel Valley and beyond. This year, the very talented Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra was to have performed “Power to the People!� a musical production. Due to restrictions imposed by health officials surrounding the Novel Corona Virus (COVID-19) pandemic, all spring performances at the Walt Disney Concert Hall were cancelled, including our beloved Youth Concert. We are looking forward to our next Youth Concert. Salpy Pontrelli Pasadena Showcase House Youth Concert Chair

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Instrumental Competition INSTRUMENTAL COMPETITION AWARDS AND PRIZES

$6,000 GRAND PRIZE FOR EXCEPTIONAL TALENT AND MUSICIANSHIP

Elena Mateo Sáez

$4,000 1ST PRIZE WOODWINDS

Sooyoung Kim

$2,500 (left to right) Chi Ting, Zachary Brandon, Ángel Martín Mora, Elena Mateo Sáez, Martin Mangrum, Sooyoung Kim, Khoi Dinh,

Vivian Kung, Riley McGinn

2ND PRIZE BRASS

Riley McGinn and Vivian Kung

Nine exceptional young musicians took the stage to perform in the finals of the 34th

$2,500

Pasadena Showcase Instrumental Competition on February 15, 2020. Held at the

2ND PRIZE STRINGS

prestigious Pasadena Conservatory of Music’s Barrett Hall, the event was adjudicated by musicians from the Los Angeles Philharmonic led by Head Judge, cellist Dahae Kim.

Zachary Brandon

$2,500 2ND PRIZE WOODWINDS

Since its inception in 1985, the Pasadena

Ángel Martín Mora and Chi Ting

Showcase House Instrumental Competition has awarded over $600,000 in prize money.

$1,500 JACK SMITH MEMORIAL AWARD

This year the Grand Prize for Exceptional

FOR MOST PROMISING TALENT

Talent and Musicianship was awarded to

Khoi Dinh

Elena Mateo Sáez, a 19-year-old bassoonist,

$500

pursuing a Bachelor of Music degree at

HONORABLE MENTION

Colburn Conservatory of Music. One judge

Martin Mangrum

called her performance “captivating” with a “beautiful style” and “great dynamics and lots of character.” “We are so thrilled that we can help these talented young musicians continue with their musical education”, said PSHA President, Vikki Sung. “It’s really a source of pride for us, since many of them go on to have distinguished careers.” Susan Bermingham Pasadena Showcase House Instrumental Competition Chair

Grand Prize winner Elena Mateo Sáez

First Prize winner Sooyoung Kim

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Gifts & Grants GIFTS & GRANTS – $430,000 Pasadena Showcase House for the Arts is pleased to present the Gifts & Grants recipients for 2020. Due to the success of the 2019 Pasadena Showcase House of Design, $430,000 in gifts and grants is being awarded to schools, orchestras, choral groups and other nonprofit organizations. These recipients offer a wide array of programs including music enrichment, music education, theater, opera, music therapy, scholarships and the underwriting of concerts. Marsha Seyffert Pasadena Showcase House Gifts & Grants Chair

Los Angeles Children’s Chorus (LACC)

Pacific Opera Project

Olympia Philharmonic Society

LIST OF RECIPIENTS

California State Summer School for the Arts (CSSSA)

Eliot Arts Magnet Academy

A Noise Within Scholarships

Academy of Music for the Blind Music Education

Alhambra Educational Foundation Music Education

Altadena Arts Magnet Elementary School Performance

American Youth Symphony Music Education

Angelica Center for Arts and Music Music Education

Arcadia Music Club Music Education

Assistance League of Los Angeles Performance

Blair High School Performance

Scholarships

Charter Oak High School Band Boosters Instruments

Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles Music Therapy

Five Acres Music Therapy

Fremont PAC for John C. Fremont Elementary School Instruments

Clazzical Notes

Friends of San Marino High School

Performance

Performance

CoachArt

Fulcrum Arts

Music Education

Pasadena Arts Council

Colburn School

Hillsides Music

Scholarships

Education

Don Bosco Technical Institute

Huntington Middle School

Instruments

Music Education

Dunsmore Elementary School Foundation

La Cañada Flintridge Library

Music Education

Education Through Music Los Angeles Music Education

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Instruments

Children’s Reading/Music Program

LA Opera (Los Angeles Opera Company) Performance


Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra

San Gabriel Educational Foundation

Performance

Instruments

Los Angeles Children’s Chorus

San Gabriel Valley Music Theatre

Scholarships

Music Education

Los Angeles County HS for the Arts Foundation

Santa Cecilia Orchestra

Music Education

Los Angeles Master Chorale Association Music Education

Los Angeles Philharmonic Association

Saturday Night Bath Concert Fund Music Education

South Pasadena Educational Foundation Music Education

The Harmony Project

Music Education

Music Education

MUSE/IQUE

The Marianne Frostig Center

Music Education

Performance

Musyca Children’s Choir

The Theater at Boston Court

Scholarships

Performance

Neighborhood Music School

Therapeutic Living Centers for the Blind

Olympia Philharmonic Society Scholarships

Optimist Youth Homes & Family Services Music Therapy

Pacific Opera Project Performance

Pasadena Conservatory of Music Scholarships

Pasadena Master Chorale Association Music Education

Pasadena Senior Center Performance

Pasadena Symphony Association Music Education

Affiliates at Large AAUW Alhambra – San Gabriel Tech Trek North

Music Education

Monte Vista Elementary PTA

Scholarships

COMMUNITY VOLUNTEER ORGANIZATIONS

Music Therapy

Verdugo Young Musicians Association Performance

VOX Femina Los Angeles Music Education

Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts Performance

Washington Elementary STEM Magnet School Performance

Washington Middle School Glee Club Performance

AAUW Alhambra – San Gabriel Tech Trek South Arcadia Music Club Committee of Professional Women of the Los Angeles Philharmonic

Need list

Delta Kappa Gamma Society International – Omicron Chapter The Docent Council of the Gamble House Foothill Philharmonic Committee Friends of the Pasadena Playhouse Glendale Committee for the LA Philharmonic The Shakespeare Club of Pasadena South Pasadena High School Music Boosters, Inc.

To Learn More about our Gifts & Grants Program, Click Here

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Members ACTIVE MEMBERS Susie Aguirre Marilyn J. Anderson Susan Bermingham Diane Boysen Jenny Chiang Garrett Collins Annelise Dachel Susan Dachel Barbara Damerel Erin Dundee Dotty Ewing Jill Fosselman Kim Galloway Helen Gipson Lynne Graves Hilda Hacobian Yolonda Hamilton Beth Hanson Diane Hatfield Cathy Hilton Kathryn Hofgaarden Mary Jarrett Chini Johnson-Taylor Patricia Kent Alice Lacara Barbara Lake Holly Lake Ying Ying Lin Christina Louie Barbara Lyle Therese Lyons Dana Marevich Matthew McIntyre Gretchen McNally Irma Miller Joe Milligan Lani Moore Michelle Nomura Salpy Pontrelli Debra Qurtman Pam Ragus Lydia Rubin Marsha Seyffert Linda Shen Megan Spargo-Ferrell

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Merian Stewart Vikki Sung Judy Tsai Christine Upton Irene Wan Jan Wiles   BUSINESS MEMBERS Sandra Renae Collier-Carter Shari Domenghini Marti Farley Sally Hazen Michele Lembo Lisa Loeffler Samantha Marlowe Britta Piotrowski Colleen Robertson Undine Schwarz Ping Shih Katherine Watkins   ASSOCIATE MEMBERS Roseann Anderson Elsa Balding Fran Banta Dawn Bazler Kristin Bennett Fran Benuska Kathy Berchild Fran Biles Toni Bird Jacqueline Blank Anne Blomstrom Sue Boegh Donna Brambila Meredith Brucker Karen Butcher Sallie Cameron Linda Cantwell Susan Caron Linda Chang Alisa ChanpongAmateau Doris Christy Nancy Claff Mary Ann Clayton

Nancy Cole Margaret Sheehy Collins Mary Cologne Marilyn Conzonire Mimi Coombs Roberta Cope Kim Covey Georgia Coye Jean Crabtree Louise Crawford Wendy Crowley Suzette Cummings Ginny Cushman Annabelle Dahl Karen Daroca Bernadette DeMesme-Anders Diana deNoyelles Ginger Detoy Nicole DeWeese-Quiroz Rebecca Ebershoff Patricia Ellison

Janette Emamian Judith Epley Mary Erickson Kathleen Feely Julee Floyd Carolyn Fox Gerri Lee Frye Marilyn Gerich Mary Gillham Donna Gotch Patricia Grant Brigett Guitron Mary Haltom Roxanne Hampton Coralia Handayan Rose M. Harley Suzanne Hart Cindy Hawkins Jennifer Higginbotham Serena Ho Callie Hoffer Sally Holt Debbie Hourihan

Betty Hutchison Joy Ingoglia-Bonacci Noel Jeffrey Priscilla Jenkins Jennifer Walston Johnson Mireya Asturias Jones Joan Kaplanis Jean Keatley Andrea Kelly Cindy Kelly Nancy Kennedy Jennith Knox Barbara Kral Marcia Kreditor Gari Kupka Rosanne Kusar Lynn Laak Amelia S. Lamb Cynthia Legato Charlene Liebau Aquinas Fruge Lightfoote

Marjorie Lindbeck Michelle Liset Barbara Little Pauli Logan Nancy Maclean Dianne M. Magee Susan Mahlmann Diane Manchee Mardi Mann Mona Mapel Beverly C. Marksbury Kathy Martin Linda Massey Weta Mathies Barbara L. Maxwell Ruth T. Mayeda Vicki McCluggage Susi McConaghy Jan McEachern Joyce McGilvray Cindy McNeish Lynn Mehl Donna Melone Delise Menik


BOARD OF DIRECTORS

2019-2020 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE President Vikki Sung 1st Vice President Barbara Dameral 2nd Vice President (Benefit) Jill Fosselman 3rd Vice President (Finance) Undine Schwarz 4th Vice President (Gifts & Grants) Marsha Seyffert Membership Cathy Hilton Secretary Dotty Ewing Advisor/Parliamentarian Dana Marevich OFFICERS Benefit Chair-Elect Susie Aguirre Hospitality Barbara Lyle Instrumental Competition Susan Bermingham Music Mobile™ Barbara Lake Monica Miller Walsh RoseMary Mitchell Beverly Muench Jean Nash Illona Neff Muriel Newell Susie Norberg Susan Olsen Brenda Owen Sharon Pelton Linda Polwrek Donna Prinzhorn Kay Quinn Sharon Ramage Susan Ratliff Christine Reeder Marybeth Rehman-Dittu Eileen Reilly Shelly Reisch Erika Riley Deborah Rodin Betty Rossiter Anne Rothenberg

Gervel Sampson Elizabeth Samson Barbara Sanchez Cherie Saxton Rosemary Schroeder Collette Schweitzer Debra Scott Jane Scott Joan Scott Linda Seiter Susan Seitz Annette Sellon Holly Shearer Martha Siefert Rosemary Simmons Claire Slaught Joannah Smith Suzanne Sposato Susan Steele Peg Stephens Karen Stracka Louise Strnad Joy Sullivan

Danielle Takata-Herring Laney Techentin Kerri Terrill Geraldine Tevrizian Carol Thompson Jan Tompkins Anita L. Tsuji Stephani Tyler Charlotte Varner Joan Vienna Barbara Voors Barbara Washington Janet Webb Patricia Weckerly Judee Welch Jeanne Garcia Welton Martha Wetzel Janet Dahl Willcox Laura Wisner Laurie Zeh Linda Zimmer

PROVISIONAL MEMBERS Susan Barilich Nancy Garen Dee Getty Ardie Hood Stephanie Johnson Jennifer Jones Charlotte Lacey May Miao Analily Park Janyce Teasley Noreen Viljoen   LEAVE OF ABSENCE MEMBERS Coleen Ball Sarah Crane Meredith Johnson Anslyene Lloyd Allison Maginn Rebecca Mikkelsen Theresa Patzakis Maureen Whitman

Youth Concert Salpy Pontrelli Provisional Chair Annelise Dachel PR/Marketing Michele Lembo Publications Christina Louie Season Tickets Lynne Graves Treasurer Kathryn Hofgaarden HONORARY CHAIRS Archivist/Historian Lydia Rubin Website Liaison Kaytie Watkins Associate Representative Marybeth Rehman-Dittu Eileen Reilly Investment Fund Fran Biles Committee for the Future Marilyn Anderson

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Showcase Strong

Over $103,000 Raised through Auction and Donations CO-CHAIRS:

Lynne Graves Marybeth Rehman-Dittu

WHEN THE GOING GETS TOUGH… PSHA pivots and redirects our annual fundraiser! Sadly, the COVID-19 restrictions prevented us from opening our stately and magnificent 56th Pasadena Showcase House to the public. PSHA

PR COMMITTEE:

Dotty Ewing

responded to this obstacle with our first ever on-line auction and donation

Charlotte Lacey

drive Showcase Strong. Taking inspiration from the ever resourceful and

Annalily Park

persevering wartime icon, Rosie the Riveter, PSHA stepped up to the task

AUCTION ORGANIZER:

Erin Dundee

of raising funds a different way. With this campaign, we are able to continue our mission to raise funds in support of our three Music programs, as well as our Gifts & Grants philanthropy in diverse communities around Los Angeles.

AUCTION COMMITTEE:

Diane Boysen Hilda Hacobian

The success of Showcase Strong was due to the motivation, strength,

Cathy Hilton

generosity, and inspiration of the men and women of the Pasadena Showcase

Colleen Robertson Christine Upton

House for the Arts and the broader community.

ADVISORS:

Jill Fosselman Vikki Sung

WE WISH TO EXPRESS OUR SINCERE GRATITUDE FOR YOUR CONTINUED SUPPORT!

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Showcase Strong Sponsors MUSIC MAKES A DIFFERENCE

MUSIC MAKES A DIFFERENCE

Bila

Patrons of Peace

GREAT DESIGN

Marilyn & John Anderson

Matt McIntyre & Garrett Collins Omar Dittu Irene & Walt Snyder

Faisel Dittu

ROSIE THE RIVETER

Annelise Dachel

Jill & John Fosselman

Samantha & Duff Marlowe

Colleen & Dwight Robertson

Linda & John Polwrek

DONORS A-Co Temporary Power Inc.

Susie Aguirre

Diane Boysen

Mr. and Mrs. Burgo

Denise Butler

Jenny Chiang

Suzette Cummings

Ali Dittu

Anne Dwyer

Florentino Ice Cream

Helen Gipson

Beth Hanson

Linda Heineman

Sally Hazen

Cathy Hilton

Nancy Holland

Barbara Lake

Lisa Loeffler

Michele Lembo

Dana Marevich

Kathy McBride

Sheri Notley

Lori Phillipi

Lori Springer

Joy Sullivan

Vikki Sung

Christine Upton

Jan Wiles

Jeffrey Johnson This page is sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Rehman-Dittu

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Patrons VIVALDI

Dr. Lynn Mehl

Vikki Sung and Frank Hu

Susan Olsen Partnership Painting, Inc.

MOZART

Eileen and Ed Reilly

Nan Ramage

Erika and Ken Riley Linda and John Seiter

BACH

Marsha Seyffert

Jenny and Dave Chiang

Ping Shih

Garrett Collins and Matt McIntyre

Joy and Bernie Sullivan

Dahl Architects

Laney and Tom Techentin

Jill and John Fosselman

Linda Troyer and Jill Fulton

GGE Foundation, Inc.

Stephani and Steve Tyler

Jennifer Walston Johnson

Charlotte Varner

and Gregory D. Johnson Ellen and Harvey Knell

Katherine Watkins Judy and Dave Wilson

Donna and Martin Melone Mr. & Mrs. Rehman-Dittu

BEETHOVEN

Undine Schwarz

Fran Biles

In Memory of Helga Paterson DuBois

Catherine “Tink” Cheney

Rary Simmons

and Barry Jones

In Honor of Jill Fosselman

Mary Ann and Robert Clayton

Christine Upton and John Hoag

Ginny and John Cushman Erin Dundee

CHOPIN

Patricia Grant

Weta and Allen Mathies

Marilyn and John Anderson

Serena P. Ho

Andrea Kelly and Fred Medina

Karen and James Asher

Jean and Jim Keatley

Anette Pumphrey

Coleen and George Ball

Deborah Pitts

Mr. & Mrs. Mark Ragus

Sue and Al Boegh

Tammy and Todd Sandberg

Debra Spaulding

Diane Boysen

Karen and Jim Stracka

Valerie and Aaron Weiss Laurie and Dale Zeh, M.D.

Linda Chang Barbara and Jeff Damerel

TCHAIKOVSKY

Sally G. DeWitt

Susan Birmingham

STRAUSS

Jean and Howden Fraser

Edwina Dedlow

Dawn Bazler

Mr. & Mrs. Terry Green

Victoria Smith Eaton

Kathy and John Berchild

Suzanne Hart

Mr. & Mrs. David Ebershoff

Marilyn and Corky Conzonire

Cathy Hilton and Willard Whitbred

Mary and Jack Erickson

Linda Massey

Marie and Richard Knowles

Diane Hatfield

Claire Gidden and Fred Mueller

Leslie Lindholm

Mireya Asturias Jones

Penny and Lee Grund

Dana and Michael Marevich

Stephanie Johnson

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Special Friends A-CO Temporary Power, Inc. Brian Burns Admit One Products Michael O’Keefe Joan Miller Joseph Geer Lindsay White Kendra Suguitan Richard Forchione Ai Technologies, LLC Italo Devoto Arcadia Party Rentals Arthur J. Gallagher Insurance Lisa Figueroa Big Honkin Ideas Larre Johnson Karl Kristkeitz Justin Edelson

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Advisors INTERIOR DESIGN ADVISORS

Parker West Interiors Gregory Parker Paul Richard Heintz III 696 E Colorado Blvd, Suite 200 Pasadena, CA 91011 (626) 403-5008

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Benefit Committee

President Vikki Sung Advisor Barbara Damerel Benefit Chair Jill Fosselman Benefit Assistant–Design Diane Hatfield Benefit Assistant–Operations Christine Upton Benefit Secretary Nancy Maclean Contracts Eileen Reilly Designer Liaison Suzanne Hart Designer Liaison Advisor Linda Zimmer Empty House Party Dana Marevich & Lynn Mehl Empty House Party Reservations & Nametags Michelle Nomura Exterior Irma Miller Exterior Advisor Debra Qurtman Exterior Advisor Helen Gipson Garden Docent Liaison Barbara Lake General Operations Lydia Rubin & Joe Milligan Graphics & Printing Dana Marevich Graphics Assistant– Name Badges Kaytie Watkins Hospitality Chair Colleen Robertson Hospitality Committee Beth Hanson, Chini Johnson-Taylor, Salpy Pontrelli House Operations Mary Jarrett

Interior Co-Chairs Annelise Dachel & Diane Boysen Interior Assistant Susan Dachel Move-in/Move-out Debra Qurtman & Elsa Balding Move-out Assistant Jan Wiles Parking & Transportation Merian Stewart Patrons Co-Chairs Beverly Marksbury & Joy Sullivan Performance Programming Marsha Seyffert Program Lead Vikki Sung Program Assistants Barbara Lyle & Andrea Kelly Program Ad Sales Megan Spargo-Ferrell & Ying Ying Lin Premiere Celebration Hilda Hacobian Provisionals Annelise Dachel Public Relations/ Marketing Committee Michelle Lembo, Dotty Ewing, Ying Ying Lin, Lisa Loeffler, Linda Shen, Susan Bermingham, Judy Tsai

Security Yolonda Hamilton Shops Co-Chairs Marilyn Anderson & Erin Dundee Shops Assistant Gretchen McNally Shops Staffing Marcia Kreditor Shops Treasurer Ping Shih Shops Treasurer Irene Wan Sponsorship Matt McIntyre

Staffing Co-Chairs Christina Louie & Lani Moore Staffing Assistant Stephani Tyler Staffing Advisor Cathy Hilton Staffing Position Guides Helen Gipson

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The Estate and Its History

The Locke House in 1939

Locke House, the 56th Pasadena Showcase House of Design, is a 1937 Federal-country estate designed by Hollywood’s society architect, Gerard R. Colcord. Patterned after country homes for affluent families on the east coast, the house is nestled among mature oaks and sits on expansive, park-like grounds in the historic Santa Anita Oaks neighborhood of Arcadia. The house is virtually unchanged from its original design and features refined Federal detailing throughout the trim, windows, fireplaces and hardware. It includes classical design elements such as painted brick, wood shingles, elongated windows, and a front door crowned by a Georgian-style broken pediment. The twostory home is approximately 6,700 square-feet and is still on its original two-acre parcel. It cost $30,000 to build, a very large amount of money for a new house during the Great Depression. A pool, barbecue room, bath and dressing room structure, as well as a brickfloored screened porch at the rear of the house, were added later. Locke House was featured in the 1998 Academy Award winning Monsters The house was also showcased in Architectural Digest Magazine in 1939. film, Gods and Monsters. 34 This page is sponsored by GGE Foundation


The Original Owners The house was built for Edmund Locke, Jr. who shared the house with his wife Elizabeth and their three young children. Mr. Locke purchased five lots on both sides of Rancho Road from the Home for Women in 1936 on which he would build their house. Born on March 14, 1903 in Los Angeles, he was the son of Edmund Locke, Sr., a newspaper publisher and Elizabeth (Carr) Locke. By 1920 he and his family were living in Beverly Hills where his mother was a founder of the Beverly Hills Women’s Club. Mr. Locke attended Harvard and in 1926 married Elizabeth Brown, the daughter of a developer of gold mines and oil wells. It is thought that Mr. and Mrs. Locke lived largely on money they inherited from both sides of the family. Sometime before 1950, the Lockes moved to Hawaii. Mr. Locke died June 10, 1975 at the age of 72 and Mrs. Locke outlived her husband by a few years, passing away on May 1, 1978. The Style of the House Locke House is based upon Federal-style country homes built in the eastern United States between 1776 and 1820. Named after America’s first political party, Federal-style design was derived from Greek and Roman architecture to embody the ideals of Greek democracy and the Roman Republic. Federal-style details were often much more delicate and refined and were more modest in size compared to more imposing two-story Georgian-style country houses. Homewood, a Baltimore house built in 1800 for Charles Carroll, a signer of the Declaration of Independence, might have been the inspiration for Locke House. Decorative detail and other prominent features of Homewood appear throughout Locke House such as the brick veneer on the walls of the main center block, elongated windows at the first level and small dormers with circular head windows on the second floor. Elements of Locke House that depart from tradition include turning the two end wings at right angles to the main section of the house, utilizing wood shingles on the walls of the two end wings and crowning the front door with a Georgian-style broken pediment. The house has six bedrooms and five bathrooms. On the first floor are an entry hall, a living room, a dining room, a library, a kitchen with a butler’s pantry, a breakfast room, a laundry room, a guest suite, servant’s quarters and a screened porch. The second floor features a play room, a sewing room and four bedroom suites.

The Architect Gerard Rae Colcord, referred to as “Hollywood’s society architect” was born into a wealthy family in St. Louis, Missouri on November 1, 1900. His father was the proprietor of the Colcord-Wright Machinery and Supply Company, a dealer in metal-working machines. His mother was an artist. After graduating from the Culver Military Academy in Indiana, Mr. Colcord moved with his family to Beverly Hills and enrolled in the University of Southern California’s School of Architecture. In 1923 he traveled to Europe, touring England, Italy and France, participating in a one-year apprenticeship program at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts at Fontainebleau. It was here that he learned the skill of blending various architectural features from different historical eras in a unified design. Returning to Southern California, he apprenticed with well-known architects Asa Hudson and John C. Austin. He received his State Certificate in 1930, whereupon he established his own office in Beverly Hills. In the early 1930’s Mr. Colcord married the first of his three wives, Jeanne Marie Dumas. They were prominent on the Southern California social scene and belonged to the Bel-Air Bay club. By the end of the 1940’s Mr. Colcord had become a “brand name.” His signature “farmhouse” residences, sometimes called “Country Colonials” became very popular with well-to-do business people and celebrities such as actors Alan Ladd and Debbie Reynolds. While Mr. Colcord primarily worked for clients in Beverly Hills and the Westside of Los Angeles, he designed at least six houses in the San Gabriel Valley including Locke House. His fame also spread beyond California with clients in Georgia, Texas and Florida. His interiors were even used as inspirations for set designs for television programs, I Love Lucy, Leave It To Beaver, and Father Knows Best. Mr. Colcord designed nearly four hundred homes and completed about one hundred residential remodels. He died in Encino on February 19, 1984 at the age of 83. He had no children but was survived by his third wife, Virginia Alice Singer.

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1939 Architectural Digest

The residence of Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Locke, Santa Anita Oaks, as featured in Architectural Digest in 1939. Photo credits: Maynard L. Parker, photographer. Courtesy of The Huntington Library, San Marino, California.

Circular Entry

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Circular Entry

The center courtyard gardens feature a three-tiered fountain surrounded by an array of California native perennials. Verbenas, Salvias, and Penstemons combine to bring texture, color and plenty of pollinators. Small tufts of California Fescues and Yarrow hug this bed, inviting friends like the Annas Hummingbird and Checkerspot butterfly. Vibrant pink Western Redbuds create elegant, vertical focal points in the two entry beds. The shade garden in the south beds highlight Giant Chain Ferns and delicate Coral Bells. This design holds its own in beauty, sustainability, and low water making it a California native twist on a conventional cottage garden.

The Garden Natives Amanda Claverie and Sydney Harrington (626) 536-0691 Amanda.claverie@gmail.com Sydney.harrington13@gmail.com www.TheGardenNatives.com

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Entry / Foyer & Main Staircase Flourishing, rooted, serene, authentic, luxurious, elevated, alive, distinctive, and allegiant are the imageries that led me to the concept of “Natural Class.� The antique circular table with its decorative meanders pays homage to the home’s Federal style. The custom console table with its curvilinear back was based on the open string on the staircase designed by the original architect. The mural, codesigned with a local artist, captures the beautiful chaos that makes the Pasadena Showcase House of Design possible each year. Everything in this space has a story full of passion and purpose, and as such, I hope to invoke in the visitor a feeling of loving energy married with beauty.

Christine Jahan Designs Christine Jahan 106 Amber Oaks Lane Glendora, CA 91741 (626) 227-6968 christine@christinejahandesigns.com

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Breakfast / Morning Room

Characterizing “conspicuous consumption with a conscience,” the Breakfast Room juxtaposes the idea of sustainable design with maximalism and the element of excess, but with restraint. Finishes and products were selected with the idea of sustainability in mind but with an eye for fashion. The woven wallcovering is crafted of recycled newspaper and the ceiling features a large scale black and white hand-illustration of tree branches and magnolia buds. The wood grain of the painted white floor is highlighted with black for definition. Vintage, recycled luxury goods shopping bags and boxes were deconstructed and upcycled into meticulously embroidered and embellished works of art. Each piece of furniture is custom designed, including the colorful glass light fixture and glass curtain, both of which were commissioned in Murano, Italy, and the grasscloth wrapped breakfast table. Three-dimensional embroidered butterflies on the ceiling bring attention to the often overlooked “fifth-wall”. Although small, the Breakfast Room is an adorned jewel box that sparks conversation and makes a lasting impression.

Cozy•Stylish•Chic / Jeanne K Chung Inc. Jeanne Chung and Caroline Meloche 89 W. Dayton St. Pasadena, CA 91105 (626) 714-7040 sales@cozystylishchic.com This page is sponsored by Marilyn and John Anderson

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Dining Room Ammie’s trip to Barbizon, France, sparked the inspiration for the dining room. While traveling through the north of central France, Ammie discovered the impact of pure, natural scenery. Upon entering the dining room, you are greeted with a hand-painted scenic mural depicting a tranquil European landscape. This French traditional dining room features various hints of Asian culture. Objects wrapped in organza fabric, a Korean tradition known as Bojagi, are displayed atop the dinnerware. A French colonial, Indo-Chinese dining table adds a unique quality to the room.

Ammie Kim Interior Design Ammie Kim 468 N. Camden Dr., Suite 200 Beverly Hills, CA 90210 (310) 860-7588 ammie@ammiekim.com

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Butler’s Pantry

With reverence and a respectful nod to the history of the home, and our passion for the current trend reboot in kitchen design, we present our contemporary Butler’s Pantry and Prep Kitchen. Complete with a lit glass cabinet, wide linen drawers, wine reserve, full dishwasher, open shelving, and loads of storage and prep counter space, this bright yet cozy high performing butler’s pantry is the dream space companion to the adjacent kitchen.

Four Point Design Build, Inc. Laura Muller 22048 Sherman Way, Suite 205 Canoga Park, CA 91303 (818) 625-7226 laura@4ptdb.com

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Kitchen Our signature #cleanfreshmodern state-of-the-art statement kitchen is designed for the modern minimalist “foodie� and elegant entertainer with a busy family life; where function, flow, sustainability, and wellness are key elements at the core and center of their lifestyle. With a bold focus on mindfully selecting and integrating unique high-quality, eco-friendly natural materials, harmonious textures, and layers of soothing neutral colors, this kitchen will charm, reduce stress, promote wellness, ignite conversation, build unity and create joy. This well-edited cozy kitchen integrates the latest in technology with induction and electric cooking appliances, a hydroponic urban cultivator, built-in hearth oven, warming drawers, wine reserve and a glorious butler’s pantry and prep kitchen with plenty of storage, and a large central island with seating.

Four Point Design Build, Inc. Laura Muller 22048 Sherman Way, Suite 205 Canoga Park, CA 91303 (818) 914-8826 laura@4ptdb.com

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Mighty Mudroom with Pet Spa For busy families juggling kids, gear, and pets, this is the true ‘entrance’ of the house. We unload and unwind at our backdoors far more than we do at our front ones. This room’s location, off the garage and next to the kitchen, is ideal for a mudroom. And a laundry. And a pet bath. We thought to combine all three. A wider, double door entry gives more immediate access to a pet-cleaning, clutter-containing, high-functioning destination with French Provincial character. This re-imagined space features two-tone cabinetry, quartz counters, an apron front, concrete sink, a mudroom bench, a full-sized washer/dryer, a steam closet and, of course, a pet bath station.

Courtney Thomas Design Courtney Thomas 849 Foothill Blvd., Suite 10 La Cañada, CA 91001 (818) 925-5283 courtney@courtneythomasdesign.com

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Garage

Transformed into a functional space for family members to embrace their individual and collective needs, the garage is sure to become a favorite gathering spot. A flat screen TV and motorized overhead rack with Bluetooth technology give the space the right mix of new technology to make it the ultimate man cave. Cabinetry with a countertop for entertaining, a sitting bench with the perfect shoe storage, a multi-purpose workbench and a separate mobile work station on rollers all round out the accoutrements. Our exclusive shelving rack system provides for storage off the floor and will accommodate the highest weight capacity on the market. A beautiful commercial grade, and low VOC, Polyurea flooring system is impervious to oils and solvents and will last a lifetime.

Organized Garage Solutions Krister Lile and Jay Griffith 2335 E. Foothill Blvd. Pasadena, CA 91105 (626) 840-3292 jay@mylagarage.com

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Live / Work Studio Our design for the Live/Work Studio focuses on balancing wellness, technology and sustainability. Inspired by European travels, Barbie has created a fresh and functional space – ideal for lounging, working and entertaining. Embracing an aquatic theme with blue-green, sand and silver tones, the loft boasts bespoke mural wallpaper, silk window treatments, and a custom articulating light fixture. The contemporary built-in wall bed and nightstands anchor the room, offering both storage and a flexible floor plan. With a simple lift of the bed and a sleek wall mounted interactive workout Mirror, the bedroom cleverly transforms into a home gym. The lounge area with plush loveseat includes an artist’s corner complete with easel for inspired creation. The bar showcases glistening recycled glass terrazzo countertops and seafoam green cabinetry, as well as a Vestaboard messaging display inspired by European train stations.

Studio Palomino Barbie Palomino Sherman Oaks, CA (323) 553-2272 barbie@studio-palomino.com

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Millennial Suite

Lounging and listening to music was how we saw the Millennial Suite being used. We created a space with rich hues and a lot of textural elements. Combining our love of Art Deco and modern styles, the room’s design is current with the technologies of today, while also being environmentally conscious. A few pieces in the room have been recycled or reclaimed, and the mural wallpaper is made without harsh VOCs. Younger generations and baby boomers alike will appreciate the motorized window shades and lighting that can be controlled by a smartphone or voice-activation. The bathroom combines high style with considerations to keep the space accessible — the floor is slip resistant and safety is a high priority with appropriately placed grab bars.

Janine Gregory Designs Janine Gregory Sierra Madre, CA (626) 532-4321 www.janinegregorydesigns.com info@janinegregorydesigns.com

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Upstairs Laundry One is drawn in by the classical dormer window merged with sustainable materials transpired into Vintage + Boho style. A palette of coral, salmon and shades of green is blended into fabrics, trims and wallpaper with exotic, earth prints. Tile, lighting and soft furnishings are a play in color block and geometric shapes. Eco-friendly materials of recycled glass, wood and metal were utilized. Bespoke cabinetry with stowed storage, adorned with industrial hardware keeps the design timeless. A hidden door/bookcase reveals a substantial linen closet. A fireclay apronfront sink is paired with a satin brass pull-out faucet. Compact washer and dryer with built-in wi-fi and modular track keep you powered and connected. Herringbone pattern flooring frames the redefined space.

Ilustracion by Jake, Corp. Jake T. Galang 106 W. Lime Ave., #204/200A Monrovia, CA 91016 (626) 357-5980 jake@ilustracioncorp.com

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Young Explorer’s Room

We designed this room as a haven for a fictional thirteen year old boy who might have been a character in Wes Anderson’s “Moonrise Kingdom”. He’s a curious boy who loves science, plants, and animals and who could be a boy scout. We wanted to embrace the aesthetic of “Moonrise Kingdom” by adding some whimsy and oddity to the room — notably the atmospheric cloud wallpaper, some quirky plants, boy scout memorabilia, a small collection of vintage items, paper mâché taxidermy and some unique books. Everything is meant to serve the narrative of an odd but wonderful young boy who is a creative thinker and who surrounds himself with nature. The sum of these curated design elements is a bedroom that provides a haven for creativity, reflection, and discovery — a reminder of the fresh air and the creatures outside; an ideal place in which to grow up.

Whelan Design House Donna and Caitlin Whelan 486 E. 18th St. Costa Mesa, CA 9262 (949) 413-2542 caitlin@whelandesignhouse.com

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Jack & Jill Bathroom The striking look of existing molding became the inspiration for the new design scheme for this bathroom. The unique molding pattern around the archways inspired us to play with contoured shapes, which in turn gave us the idea to create a geometric pattern on the floor. The nook houses a freestanding bathtub and elegant chandelier that adds to the mood of relaxation when you enter. The bold blue velvet drapery catches your eye as the natural light cascades upward drawing your attention to the 3D tile placed on the ceiling that just takes your breath away.

Kassy + Company Kassy Dieujuste 312 South Beverly Dr., Unit #6493 Beverly Hills, CA 90212 (323) 448-0301 KC@KassyCompany.com

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Sophisticated Girl’s Room Our Sophisticated Girl’s Room is modern and elegant but not too serious. Inspired by the minty greens that are trending on the runway and in design, we wanted to keep the space youthful, but timeless, with references to Art Deco, such as the arched headboard, and fun Bohemian elements like the bullion fringe. The fabrics are a mix of luxe velvet, silks and classic linens in deep teals, mint green and a splash of bold yellow accents. The look is completed with whimsical art and modern furniture but mixed with antique pieces to complement the architecture of the home. Our adjoining closet is painted in a rich teal with bronze accents and statement light fixtures.

SH interiors Stephanie Hatten 11271 Ventura Blvd., #112 Studio City, CA 91604 (310) 261-7911 stephanie@sh-interiors.com

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Primar y Bedroom The Primary Suite embraces the glory days of the 1930’s when the beautification of the city of Arcadia meant planting trees along parkways, golf courses and bowling greens and which inspired the different hues of green and botanical patterns seen throughout the room. The original racetrack layout in the grand Primary Suite Closet and Bath was maintained in the updated layout, as were the Federal Colonial details with which Architect Gerard R. Colcord generously trimmed the home. The marriage of the era’s grandiosity with the simplicity, functionality, and flow of an aspired modern-day lifestyle was achieved by opening walls, reorganizing the layout, improving lighting, and incorporating modern technological conveniences into the design of the space. The resulting Primary Suite is a relaxing confection of both male and female energy, blending classic with “the now” for a lifestyle meant to be savored.

Studio Jhoiey, Inc. Jhoiey Ramirez 2825 S. Sycamore Avenue Los Angeles, CA 90016 (310) 890-6932 design@studiojhoiey.com

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Primar y Dressing Room & Bathroom

Studio Jhoiey, Inc. Jhoiey Ramirez 2825 S. Sycamore Avenue Los Angeles, CA 90016 (310) 890-6932 design@studiojhoiey.com

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Family Room

The design for the family room was inspired by the home’s Colonial façade but done with a modern classic take. We wanted to create a space that exudes warmth and comfort, but sharpened with modern details. Using rectangular shapes to emphasize the Colonial style, we layered custom gold trim onto existing wood panels painted in a rich navy blue. The ceiling follows this theme with rectangular motifs infilled with gold marbled wallpaper, creating a fascinating dimensional overhead detail. To infuse grandeur and sophistication in the room, we used reflective materials, such as metallic wallpaper, high-sheen drapery and accessories with shiny surfaces to further add excitement.

Fiona Lau Interiors, Inc. Fiona Lau 711 S. First Ave. Arcadia, CA 91006 (310) 938-8745 fl@fionalauinteriors.com

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Office Suite It’s 2020 and the lady of the house has her own little getaway. More “she-shed” than man-cave, this home office is definitely a work space that is designed for comfort as well. Brightly lit with bold contrasts, this Office Suite features an updated bathroom, shared with the family room, and boldly painted built-ins. The French door provides immediate access to the private loggia. A comfortable loveseat was revived with a fresh and plush recovering. The curtains are luxurious and bejeweled, and the accessories are a combination of new and a nod to the past. The bathroom received new flooring so we could bring in a truly stunning vanity, but we preserved vintage tile for a marriage of new and old.

Pamela Sandall Design Pamela Sandall 28240 Agoura Rd., Suite 104 Agoura Hills, CA 91301 (818) 850-6268 pam@pamelasandalldesign.com

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Gallery

The Gallery is a room in which to experience the concept of fluid space. Once a traditional living room, this room now allows for live concert entertaining and for special events. The state-of-the-art grand piano produces exquisite tone whether there is a pianist performing or whether you take advantage of the unbelievable playback system. While experiencing live music, view the inspiring Plein Air exhibit. Walls are painted a natural green to underscore the beauty of nature. A timeless Persian rug and two modern tiered crystal chandeliers complete this room. Let the entertainment begin!

Parker West Interiors Gregory Parker and Paul Heintz III 696 E. Colorado Blvd., Suite 200 Pasadena, CA 91011 (626) 403-5008 greg@parkerwestinteriors.com paul@parkerwestinteriors.com This page is sponsored by Judy and Dave Wilson

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Bella Notte Loggia “Look at the skies, they have stars in their eyes, on this lovely Bella Notte...� The Bella Notte Loggia is a romantic niche that offers an escape to the Italian heavens. Painted ceiling panels of twilight sky, filigree and ornament, embellished with swans in jeweled finery, and cherubs amid fantastical gardens create the ambience of a Roman Villa. Sheer drapery on the arched colonnade waft in the breeze, accented by statuary and potted citrus and cypress. Vintage furniture, a fountain, and the soft glow of a candlelit chandelier with dancing crystals invite you to relax with a limoncello and tempt a stolen kiss as the night weaves its magic spell.

Shari Tipich Decorative Design & Artistry Shari Tipich 1621 W. 25th St., #136 San Pedro, CA 90732 (310) 251-7801 sharitipich@gmail.com 58 This page is sponsored by Eileen and Ed Reilly


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Sun & Waterscape Terrace

Our unique collection of drought-tolerant design elements meets the ever-growing demand for a modern and sustainable home. The focal point – a koi pond and stream which extends underground to store rainwater – uses 50% less water than a lawn or traditional landscaping. It offers beauty and peace of mind, and is a perfect guilt-free oasis to relax and unwind while enjoying the sounds and beauty of a water feature. Seamlessly blending the newly paved patio and walkways is a colorful array of drought-tolerant succulents, ornamental grasses and arid tropical plants carefully selected to offer a lush landscape requiring minimal maintenance and water. We invite you to enjoy our vibrant and water wise Sun & Waterscape Terrace.

California Waterscapes Chad Morrill 8309 Tujunga Ave., Suite 102 Sun Valley, CA 91352 (818) 252-0098 Service@californiawaterscapes.com

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Pool House Lounge ASID Designers and industry professionals have combined their collective talents to tell the story of a ‘Family Well Traveled’. The ASID Pool House Lounge offers an exotic backyard escape. Family and friends are entertained in sophisticated comfort with a perfect sound experience, indoor/outdoor woven vinyl carpet, and sleek countertops that can withstand the heat of the indoor BBQ. Notice the Moroccan patterns in the tile from a trip to Spain or the black lacquered cabinet brought back from China. A north African inspired pattern is stenciled around the TV as a reminder of an architectural tour taken there. Curated global accessories complement the experience with sentimental reminders of places they have shared as a family.

American Society of Interior Design Susan Sawasy, President (626) 799-7755 Susan.Sawasy@casawasy.com

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Veranda

Family and friends will feel equally welcome and at home on the veranda with its inviting Moroccan flair, making it the destination for sunny weather dining and conversation. A regal dinner table setting is counterpoised with a lounge area, anchored with a North Africainspired sofa and lounge chairs. Sustainable features include plants and ecologically manufactured fabrics. The veranda is the perfect setting for host and guests to enjoy a radiant afternoon watching the setting sun reflect against the San Gabriel mountains.

Louise O’Malley, Inc. Louise O’Malley 644 N. Screenland Dr. Burbank, CA 91505 (310) 922-5789 louise@louiseomalley.com

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Pool Designing a space that would be versatile for guests to enjoy, whatever the season, was at the forefront of our objective for the pool. The result is a warm and inviting entertainment space around the pool house. A luxury spa was installed to make the pool more inviting and relaxing. The natural red brick showcased in the spa and water feature ties together the home and spa. The pool deck is constructed from tumbled paving stones, which combine elegance with outstanding durability. By terracing the landscape, the pool connects seamlessly with the house, creating one cohesive space. Ceramic succulent bowls with drought-tolerant plants adorn the pool and bring life and energy to the outdoor space.

Pacific Outdoor Living Chad and Terry Morrill 8309 Tujunga Ave. Sun Valley, CA 91352 (818) 429-8088 terry@pacificoutdoorliving.com

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Guest House Living Room

This page is sponsored by Katherine Watkins

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Cottage Rhapsody Enter an enchanting, grown-up fairytale, and explore the romance and whimsy of following one’s heart and passions. Walls are adorned inside and out with painted murals of ornament, forest and flowers, where fanciful native beasts become friendly guardians of a playful and delightful environment. Furnishings reflect the eccentric spirit of an artist and collector, expressing a love of beauty with appreciation and panache. Potted gardens of topiary and flowers combine whimsical and wild, and provide a diverse food supply for birds and butterflies. The Cottage Rhapsody beckons‌ share the pleasure of creativity and the celebration of nature and of oneself.

Shari Tipich Decorative Design & Artistry Shari Tipich 1621 W. 25th St., #136 San Pedro, CA 90732 (310) 251-7801 sharitipich@gmail.com 64 This page is sponsored by Ping Shih


Guest House Living Room The Restaurant and Shops at Showcase The Restaurant at Showcase Chef Edward Ungrue and Sierra Fusion were selected to cater the Restaurant at Showcase this year. Sadly, the COVID-19 crisis prevented a public opening and we were not able to present the culinary creations that Chef had planned for your dining pleasure. We wish to thank him and the Sierra Fusion team for their commitment to Showcase.

The Shops at Showcase An essential part of the Showcase experience has always been visiting The Shops at Showcase. The Shops feature merchants who have been carefully selected to offer visitors a variety of merchandise and prices. We wish to thank the following merchants who had committed to participate in Showcase this year until the pandemic made physical visits impossible. We hope to welcome them back in the future. JEWELRY Designer Sterling

Unique sterling & gemstone jewelry

JP Designs

Hand crafted & unique jewelry

M & C Collective

Curated home décor and clothing boutique

Paco Soler

Contemporary dresses jackets, tops, & skirts

The Treasured Accessory Fabulous jewelry that only looks expensive

Shakeel’s Creations*

Purses and jewelry made from Murano Glass

CLOTHING Alpaca

Private label wraps and cardigans

DJ Giles

Fashionable wraps, scarves and accessories

HOUSEWARES, GIFTS, GARDEN AND DÉCOR Unique gifts, handmade candles, and nautical home accessories

Country Daze*

Handpainted signs, pillows and gifts items

Lavender Blue

French Provincial linens & accessories

Model Metalworks

Mexican pine baskets, pewter and textiles

Jean Water Fine Accessories

Robert Eli Creations*

One-of-a-kind fashion items

Vintage cards and gifts

Kiki Bean & Bedhead Pajamas

The Bee Cottage

Charming Pajamas for the whole family

Laurie Jo Designs*

Original hand painted clothing, hats and hand towels

Herban Body Care

Personal care essentials

Louise’s Hats

Straw & fabric hats & totes

Susie O’s

Handsome handbags and leather goods

Beach House By Mikaila

Trendy and comfy casual clothing

Jacqueline B Clothing

HANDBAGS, BODY CARE AND ACCESSORIES

Designer home décor, silk flower arrangements and garden accessories

FOOD Abes Famous Jerky *

Beef Brisket Jerky in a variety of delicious flavors

Black Tie Caramel * Artesian Caramels

Mark & Stephen’s

Gourmet food items

Seven Barrels*

Wonderful olive oils & aged balsamics

* New Vendor

Veronica’s Garden

Floral inspired home & garden décor

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LAMBAKIS INTERIOR DESIGN

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Kitchen & Bath Remodels

Home Renovation

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Singer Design Studio is a collaborative, creative agency providing focused design, and delivering extraordinary user experiences.

45 Kewen Place, San Marino Square Footage Taped: 4,064

Lot Size: 33,635

5 Bedrooms | 5 Baths

Year Built: 1947

Pool Pavilion: 405 Square Feet See more at www.45Kewen.com Offered for sale at $3,980,000

CATHERINE “TINK” CHENEY

Proud Designers of this year's Program.

LUXURY PROPERTY SPECIALIST CELL: (626) 233-2938 TINKCHENEY@EARTHLINK.NET WWW.TINKCHENEY.COM DRE# 01173415

COLDWELL BANKER REALTY

www.singerdesignstudio.com

Rock Stars of the Year Putting on a Showhouse takes more than a village – it's more like a metropolitan city! And during this unprecedented pandemic, we never would have completed the 56th Pasadena Showcase House of Design without serious boots-on-the-ground. Between March and September, these women worked countless days and long hours at the house so that work could safely progress. On the behalf of the organization, Jill and Vikki would like to extend a very special thank you to the following members for their hard work, dedication, flexibility, daily kindness, grace, and strong spirit.

Susan Bermingham

Marcia Kreditor

Dotty Ewing

Irma Miller

Helen Gibson

Lani Moore

Diane Hatfield

Debra Qurtman

Cathy Hilton

Lydia Rubin

Mary Jarrett

Jan Wiles

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Resources The following resources have generously supplied their products or services to the designers. We are most grateful for their support and participation. Need another peek? Click the photo to return to the design area.

Circular Entry (p. 37) The Garden Natives Irrigation: Lighting: Mulch: Paving Stones: Planters: Plants: Other:

Landscape Warehouse Pasadena Home Depot – solar lighting and garden art Cal Blend Soils, Inc. – soil and mulch Southeast Construction – bricks, flagstones Jackalope – decorative pots Magic Growers, El Nativo, Garden View, Theodore Payne Foundation Sanford’s Foothill Fountain

Entry/Foyer & Main Staircase (p. 38) Christine Jahan Designs Paint: Art: Demolition: Floor Refinishing: Furniture: Light Fixtures: Mirrors: Painting Contractor: Plants: Rugs: Wall Coverings: Wall Covering Installation: Window Shades: Windows: Window Treatment Fabrication:

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Dunn-Edwards Corporation Arpy Dabbaghian & Christine Jahan Designs – stairway mural Kaoru Mansour – gourd and small art work Kari Kroll – large art work, Micucci – Vase Brightview Painting Company – stairway wallpaper removal Rescue Green – carpet removal Brightview Painting Company Susanne Hollis – antique entry table Christine Jahan Designs – custom console table Susanne Hollis – globe entry light Forbes & Lomax – light switches, outlets Christine Jahan Designs Brightview Painting Company Christine Jahan Designs, G and A Artistic Landscaping Pashgian Brothers Arte Wall Coverings Arthur Turner Conrad Shades Christian La Croix – window treatment fabric RC Drapery Inc.

Breakfast/Morning Room (p. 39)

Cozy•Stylish•Chic / Jeanne K Chung Inc. Paint: Dunn-Edwards Corporation Accessories: Replacements, LTD – dinnerware, glassware, silverware, orchid bowls Kim Seybert – plate chargers, napkins, napkin rings, beaded coasters, decanter Cozy•Stylish•Chic – butterflies, books, vintage glass Dylan J Riley – ceramics Decorative Painting: L’Artist /Arpy Dabbaghian – ceiling Art: Cozy•Stylish•Chic – luxury wall art Replacements, LTD – plate wall Cabinet Hardware: Cozy•Stylish•Chic Cabinetry: Wudwurx Electrical Switches and Outlets: Cozy•Stylish•Chic Fabric: Clarke & Clarke/Kravet – counter stools Osborne & Little – bench Flooring: Cozy•Stylish•Chic Flooring Installation: Specialty Trades Floral Arrangements: Cozy•Stylish•Chic Furniture: Cozy•Stylish•Chic – grass cloth breakfast table, bar cart, pedestals General Contractor: Specialty Trades Lighting: Cozy•Stylish•Chic Paint Contractor: Robert Zakas Rugs: Mehraban Stylist: Alexandra Poer Sheridan Upholstery: Dowel Furniture via Cozy•Stylish•Chic – barstools Cozy•Stylish•Chic – bench Wall Coverings: Weitzner/Pollack Wall Covering Installation: Robert Zakas Window Treatments: Cozy•Stylish•Chic – glass curtain

Dining Room (p. 40)

Ammie Kim Interior Design Paint: Dunn-Edwards Corporation Accessories: Susanne Hollis Antiques – table Lamp, lotus planter, unique box, lotus bowl, Imari plate Decorative Painting: Hattas Public Murals, Jeanine Hattas Wilson Dinnerware: Hankook Chinaware – dinnerware set, tea set, wood tray, placemats Fabric and Trim: Kravet – drapery fabric Furniture: Susanne Hollis Antiques – dining table circa 1930, bench, dining chairs General Contractor: Addition Building & Design Inc. – Mike Ross Painting Contractor: Addition Building & Design Inc. Rugs: Pashigian Brothers


Guest House Living Room

Window Treatment Fabrication: Ammie Kim Interior Design Window Treatment Installation: Ammie Kim Interior Design

Stone Installation: Window Coverings: Window Covering Installation: Window Treatment Fabrication:

Planet Stone Valley Drapery Valley Drapery Valley Drapery

Butler’s Pantry (p. 41) Kitchen (p. 42) Four Point Design Build, Inc. Paint:

Dunn-Edwards Corporation

Accessories: Four Point Design Build Inc., SHOP CLEAN FRESH MODERN INTERIORS by 4PT – kitchenware, servingware, dinnerware and staging items are available for purchase or order. Contact Designer for details. Appliances: Monogram Appliances – Ferguson Bath, Kitchen & Lighting Gallery Urban Cultivator – Ferguson Bath, Kitchen & Lighting Gallery, hydroponic growth appliance Cabinetry: Fun Time Cabinet Factory – cabinetry fabrication and installation E B Bradley – materials Cabinet Hardware: Top Knobs – Ferguson Bath, Kitchen & Lighting Gallery Construction: Sevilla General Construction – Framing and Drywall Curated Artwork: Various artist’s work curated by and available via Source Art Custom Accent Table: Lynnea Jean Interiors – custom furniture collection, James Side Table Doors: TM Cobb – Dutch door Electrical Contractor: GEC Electric Flooring: Lauzon Flooring – all flooring materials Revel Woods Flooring – coordination and administration of materials Flooring Installation: Ron’s Custom Hardwood Flooring Flooring Refinishing: Ron’s Custom Hardwood Flooring – stairs General Contractor: Four Point Design Build Inc. Plumbing Contractor: Arroyo Plumbing Plumbing Fixtures and Supplies: Rohl Faucets – Ferguson Bath, Kitchen & Lighting Gallery – sinks and faucets Lighting: Circa Lighting – Ferguson Bath, Kitchen & Lighting Gallery, decorative wall sconces and flush mount fixtures Luctron Switching and Electrical Finishing: Haas Entertainment Stone: Cambria – all stone slabs Stone Fabrication: Planet Stone

Mighty Mudroom with Pet Spa (p. 44) Courtney Thomas Design

Paint: Dunn-Edwards Corporation Appliances: MD Appliances – LG washer/dryer/styler Artwork: Shadow Catchers Cabinetry: JC Designs Cabinetry Cabinet Hardware: Mission West Kitchen & Bath – Top Knobs Cabinet Mesh Grills: Mission West Kitchen & Bath – Armac Martin Demolition: Goldin Construction Electrical Contractor: Goldin Construction Electrical Toggle Switches, Rotators & Acrylic Plates: Forbes & Lomax Fabric and Trim: Colefax and Fowler – valance Larsen Textiles – bench cushion Flooring: Mission Tile West – ARTO Flooring General Contractor: Goldin Construction Installation: Goldin Construction Light Fixtures: Mission West Kitchen & Bath – Currey & Company Plumbing Contractor: Goldin Construction Pet bed/accessories and bench pillows: Annie Selke Plumbing Fixtures and Supplies: George's Showroom – Brizo sink faucet & pet bath handheld faucet Mission West Kitchen & Bath – Native Trails sink Designer Drains – pet bath drain cover Solid Surface Countertops: Mission West Kitchen & Bath – Cambria Stone Fabrication: International Marmol, Inc. Stone Installation: International Marmol, Inc. Tile: Mission Tile West Tile Installation: Goldin Construction Upholstery: George’s Upholstery – window seat cushion Wall Coverings: Schumacher – wallpaper Wall Covering Installation: Patrick Bengford Wall Hooks: George's Plumbing – Brizo

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Resources Window Treatment Fabrication: Jesse Duarte Window Treatment Installation: Jesse Duarte

Garage (p. 45)

Organized Garage Solutions Paint: Dunn-Edwards Corporation Accessories: Organized Garage Solutions – slat wall and slat wall accessories Organized Garage Solutions – motorized ceiling rack with bluetooth technology Gorgeous Garage Systems / Organized Garage Solutions – adjustable shelves, bars and hooks, shelf and rack system Cabinetry: Signature Series / Organized Garage Solutions Cabinet Hardware: Organized Garage Solutions Electrical: Krister Lile Studio – electric plans Electrical Installation: Specialty Trade Furniture: Organized Garage Solutions – rolling work bench Flooring: Gorgeous Garage Systems – Polyurea Flooring Installation: Organized Garage Solutions Paint Contractor: Varand Zadoorian Window Coverings: The Shade Store – metallic titanium roller shades Other: Krister Lile Studio – color selections, storyboard Vanessa Melgar / Organized Garage Solutions – organization and staging

Live/Work Studio (p. 46) Studio Palomino

Paint: Dunn-Edwards Corporation Accessories: ​ The Design Stalker + Cyan Design Appliances: ​ MD Appliances Art:​ Leah Kouba Interiors Audio Visual: ​ Vestaboard, Inc. Audio Visual Installation: ​ Vestaboard, Inc. Cabinetry: ​ Porta Bella Design Source, Inc. Cabinet Finish: ​ Porta Bella Design Source, Inc. Cabinet Hardware: ​ BUSTER + PUNCH Construction: ​ E Gomez Construction Decorative Painting: Welcome to the Brightside Demolition: ​ E Gomez Construction Electrical: ​ BUSTER + PUNCH Electrical Contractor: E ​ Gomez Construction

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Electrical Switches and Outlets: ​ BUSTER + PUNCH Fabric and Trim: S​ofa fabric – Robert Allen Flooring: ​ Villagio Wood Floors Flooring Installation: ​E Gomez Construction Furniture: Cyan Design – coffee tables California Closets – murphy bed and night stands The Design Stalker – stools, sofa Porta Bella Design Source, Inc. – floating console table CB2 – easel General Contractor: E Gomez Construction Light Fixtures: ​Lamps Plus – recessed lighting Architectural Detail Group – chandelier BUSTER+PUNCH – wall sconces and table lamp Linens: ​ Parachute Mirrors: Mirror Painting Contractor: E Gomez Construction Planters: ​ The Design Stalker Plumbing Contractor: E ​ Gomez Construction Plumbing Fixtures and Supplies: George’s Pipe & Plumbing Supply – faucet, sink Pottery: ​ The Design Stalker Rugs: Pashgian Brothers Solid Surface Countertops: S​toneville Solid Surface Installation: ​ Rock and Roll Marble and Granite Upholstery: ​ Porta Bella Design Source, Inc. Wall Coverings: ​Welcome to the Brightside – ceiling mural design Paper: Astek Home Wall Covering Installation: ​ A & J Wallpaper Window Treatment Fabrication: ​The Shade Store Window Treatment Installation: ​ Wood Refinishing: ​ Other: ​

The Shade Store Porta Bella Design Source, Inc. Surfacing Solution – wood paneling at bar Aromatherapy Essential Oil Professional Diffuser – @aroma (At-Aroma USA, Inc.)

Millennial Suite (p. 47) Janine Gregory Designs

Paint: Dunn-Edwards Corporation Accessories: Ember Custom Engraving Art: Zeinab Ghais – painting Denise Yates – fiber art Cabinet Hardware: CB2 Electrical Contractor: Bradley Construction


Electrical Switches: Forbes and Lomax Fabric and Trim: Calico Corners – daybed slip covers, swivel chair, throw pillows Floor Refinishing: James Carter Hardwood Floors Furniture: De-Cor – dresser, 2 cabinets General Contractor: Bradley Construction Light Fixtures: Lamps Plus Painting Contractor: Prestige Lion Painting, Inc. Plants: Armstrong Garden Centers Upholstery: Jones Interiors Wall Coverings: Calico Corners – grasscloth Rebel Walls – mural Decorative Films – ceiling treatment Wall Covering Installation: A&J Wallpaper Window Treatment Fabrication: The Shade Store Window Treatment Installation: The Shade Store BATHROOM Art: Zeinab Ghais Decorative Ceiling Painting: ​ Zeinab Ghais Electrical: ​ Bradley Construction Electrical Switches: Forbes and Lomax Flooring: Foothill Tile & Stone General Contractor: Bradley Construction Hot Mop: Fulgrahm Showerpans Light Fixtures: Lamps Plus Painting Contractor: Prestige Lion Painting, Inc. Plumbing: Bradley Construction Plumbing Fixtures and Supplies: George’s Plumbing – Cal Faucets Sink: Cut & Quarry Designs Solid Surface and Tile Floor Installation: New Beginnings Stone: Stoneville, USA Toilet: George’s Plumbing Window Treatment Fabrication: The Shade Store Window Treatment Installation: The Shade Store

Upstairs Laundry (p. 48) Ilustracion by Jake, Corp. Paint: Accessories:

Dunn-Edwards Corporation Ilustracion by Jake – Made Goods tray / Pigeon & Poodle baskets / staging Tightrope.NYC – walnut ladder, jumbo dice, air plant holder & stoneware cups Window Creations by Sol – cushion & pillows

Appliances: Art: Cabinetry: Cabinet Hardware: Construction: Demolition: Electrical Switches & Outlets: Electrical Contractor: Fabric & Trim: Fabric Care Products: Finish Carpentry: Furniture: Flooring: Flooring Installation: General Contractor: Linens: Light Fixtures: Painting Contractor: Plumbing Fixtures: Plumbing Contractor: Solid Surface Countertops: Solid Surface Installation: Tile: Tile Installation: Window Treatment Fabrication: Window Treatment Installation:

Haier (GE Appliances) / Ferguson Kitchen, Bath & Lighting Gallery – washer and dryer (Ventless) Ilustracion by Jake Expression in Wood, Inc. Sierra Forest Products – cabinet material Top Knobs / The C Group Tipping Development Inc. – supervision Ransco Builders, Inc. – closet framing CS Drywall, Inc. – drywall Alta Finish & Stair, Inc. Legrand / Modern Lighting / Light-CA – switches, outlet, undercabinet light, tablet & phone cradle, modular track Sunny Electric & Construction, Inc. Kravet – window treatment, cushion & pillows The Laundress – eco-friendly, plant-based laundry and fabric care products Wood Castle Construction – hidden door, millwork & mouldings Ilustracion by Jake – accent table, reclaimed shelf with custom repurposed metal support Semerad Carpet & Flooring – vinyl floor Semerad Carpet & Flooring Tipping Development Inc. The Linen House – Matouk towels, boudoir pillows Modern Lighting – Hinkley/Mitzi ceiling fixtures & sconce Tightrope.NYC – table lamp Prestige Lion Painting, Inc. DXV & ROHL / Ferguson Kitchen, Bath & Lighting Gallery – Apron front sink, satin brass sink drain Waterstone / The C Group – pulldown faucet DNC Plumbing Tristone & Tile, Inc. – recycled glass counter International Marmol, Inc. Walker Zanger – backsplash tile International Marmol, Inc. Window Creations by Sol – valance Window Creations by Sol – valance

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Resources Wallpaper: Wallpaper Installation: Other:

York Wallcoverings AM Paper Hanging Expression in Wood, Inc. / Wurth LAC – Iron-A-Way ironing board, pull-out storage, & misc. hardware Modern Lighting/M&S Lighting – fabrication of metal bracket & swing-out clothes rod

Window Treatments: The Shade Store Window Treatments Glass: Sunset Glass – shower glass door

Sophisticated Girl’s Room (p. 51)

SH interiors

Young Explorer’s Room (p. 49) Whelan Design House

Paint: Dunn-Edwards Corporation Art: Papier Mache taxidermy – Nickey Kehoe Vintage Art & Custom Framing: Commoners Gallery Los Angeles Cabinet Hardware: Rejuvenation Furniture: Nightstands – Whelan Design House original Lounge chair & ottoman – Whelan Design House upcycled vintage design Textile headboard – Moses Nadel New York Queen Mattress – Custom Comfort Mattress LA Light Fixtures: Urban Electric Co. Linens: Custom embroidered by the Linen House LA Painting: OC Wide Painting Wall Coverings: Nuvole by Cole & Sons / Kravet Window Treatment Fabrication: The Shade Store

Jack & Jill Bathroom (p. 50) Kassy Company Paint: Art: Cabinetry: Plumbing Fixtures and Supplies: Plumbing Contractor: Shower Waterproofing: Stone: Stone Installation: Tile Installation:

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Dunn-Edwards Corporation LS Decorative Art – art pieces in the bathroom Wudwurx – molding and wood finishes in the bathroom, custom vanity, custom mirror George's Pipe & Plumbing Supply Co. – shower fixture, wall mounted faucet, cement sink, tub filler SereneSteam – steam system in shower C.O. Plumbing Caff Construction Stoneville– porcelain slabs and floor material New Beginning Stone INC – slab installation in the shower area and sink countertop New Beginning Stone, Inc.

Paint: Dunn-Edwards Corporation Construction: Castle Remodeling Decorative Painting: Paul Sevilla / Elegant Touch – closet cabinetry Electrical: Castle Remodeling Electrical Contractor: Castle Remodeling Electrical Switches and Outlets: Forbes & Lomax Fabric and Trim: Kravet – bed fabrics, sham, duvet, bed skirt, throw pillows, upholstery, drapery fabric, roman shade lining Furniture: Custom Comfort – mattress and frame SH interiors – custom desk chair, custom desk Susanne Hollis – nightstand, trunk, deco bench, table lamps Furniture Refinishing: David Grant – fine finishing, bench, antique mirror, custom wallpaper, closet walls Light Fixtures: Lamps Plus Corbett – bedroom sconces Vienna – closet ceiling fixture Linens: The Linen House – Matouk Linens (bespoke sheet set with shams) Painting Contractor: Castle Remodeling Rugs: The Rug Warehouse Upholstery: SH interiors – reupholstered chaise, custom headboard, bench seat, cushion, throw pillows, mirror, custom desk chair, custom desk, custom bed linens Labor & Fills – shams, duvet, bed skirt Wall Coverings: Cole & Sons from Kravet Wall Covering Installation: Ross Radoff Window Treatment Fabrication: The Shade Store Window Treatment Installation: The Shade Store

Primary Bedroom, Dressing Room and Bathroom (pps. 52- 54)

Studio Jhoiey, Inc. Paint: Art: Art Installation:

Dunn-Edwards Corporation Deborah Lambert, Rolando Villanueva Studio Jhoiey, Inc.


Audio Visual: Studio Jhoiey, Inc. – TV Audio Visual Installation: R&D AV – low voltage lighting & television Building Materials: Studio Jhoiey, Inc. Cabinetry: Studio Jhoiey, Inc. & EJ Gottlieb Cabinet Finish: Studio Jhoiey, Inc. Closet: Studio Jhoiey, Inc. & EJ Gottlieb Construction: Studio Jhoiey, Inc. Decorative Painting: L’Artist – ceiling mural Demolition: Studio Jhoiey, Inc. Electrical Contractor: Golden Electrical Vanguard Inc. Guillen Electric Company Electrical Switches and Outlets: Buster + Punch – brass switch plates & controls Engineering: Castillo Engineering – structural Fabric and Trim: Be A Lifestyle Diva – upholstery fabric Flooring: EcoDomo – leather floor tiles Walker Zanger – porcelain tiles & slabs Flooring Installation: hs.thebestprojects Floor Refinishing: Novatny’s Refinishing – existing floors Furniture: Be A Lifestyle Diva – upholstery fabric, chairs, ottoman, & bed Buster + Punch – bar Furniture Refinishing: Studio Jhoiey, Inc. General Contractor: Studio Jhoiey, Inc. Glass: Jireh Glazing – shower enclosure JT Glass Tinting – frosted glass Light Fixtures: Allegri Crystal – crystal ceiling counted & wall sconces Buster + Punch – wall sconce & desk lamp Richee Lighting – LED strip lights Linens: Linen House – master bed Custom Comfort Mattress – mattress on master bed Metalwork: EJ Gottlieb – closet rods Mirrors: Studio Jhoiey, Inc. – restored mirror Jireh Glazing – vanity mirror Painting Contractor: Studio Jhoiey, Inc. Planters: Studio Jhoiey, Inc. – copper planters Plants: Studio Jhoiey, Inc. Plumbing Contractor: Arroyo Plumbing Plumbing Fixtures and Supplies: Franz Viegener – faucets, body sprays, hand shower, tub filler Franz Viegener – accessories Thermasol – steam & smart shower system Americh – bath tub Axent toilet – provided by Hagan Flynn Studio Jhoiey, Inc. – sinks Solid Surface Countertops: Walker Zanger – porcelain slabs

Solid Surface Installation: hs.thebestprojects Tile: Walker Zanger – porcelain tiles & slabs Tile Installation: hs.thebestprojects Upholstery: Be A Lifestyle Diva – upholstery fabric Wall Coverings: EcoDomo – recycled leather Lord Fabrik – canvas Wall Covering Installation: Arthur Turner Wallcraft Window Treatment Fabrication: Smith & Noble – shades & draperies Window Treatment Installation: Smith & Noble – shades & draperies Other: Heating Green – Infrared Sauna Heater infrared sauna heating & control Be a Lifestyle Diva – custom sauna bench & install Pattern Cut – vent covers

Family Room (p. 55)

Fiona Lau Interiors, Inc. Paint: Dunn-Edwards Corporation Building Materials: Altus Materials, Corp. Cabinetry: Geometry Interiors, Inc. Cabinet Finish: Geometry Interiors, Inc. Cabinet Hardware: Geometry Interiors, Inc. Carpentry: MIT Construction, Inc. Design Assistance: Diana Kong Electrical: N Pro Electric, Inc. Electrical Contractor: N Pro Electric, Inc. Electrical Switches and Outlets: Forbes & Lomax, LLC – switches Fiona Lau Interiors, Inc. – outlets Furniture: Christopher Guy General Contractor: Sunny Construction & Development, Corp. Light Fixtures: Altus Materials, Corp. Duality Lighting – recessed lights Painting Contractor: Bellagio Painting, Inc. Rugs: Feizy Rug Solid Surface Countertops: Fiona Lau Interiors, Inc. Solid Surface Installation: Amazing Tile & Marble, Inc. Tile: Altus Materials, Corp. Tile Installation: Amazing Tile & Marble, Inc. Wall Coverings: Altus Materials, Corp. – York Wallcoverings Wall Covering Installation: Sunny Construction & Development, Corp. Window Hardware: Golden Carpets, Inc. Window Treatment Fabrication: Golden Carpets, Inc. Window Treatment Installation: Golden Carpets, Inc.

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Resources Office Suite (p. 56)

Pamela Sandall Design Paint: Dunn-Edwards Corporation Accessories: Uttermost Accessories Construction: Humberto Santiago Decorative Painting: Jennifer Bass, Custom Painting – faux painting Fabric: Thibaut Fabrics and Wallpapers Furniture: Universal Furniture – desk, Madeli bathroom vanity Light fixtures: Currey & Co. Lighting – office light fixture, bathroom light fixture, hallway light fixture Plumbing Fixtures and Supplies: George’s Plumbing Supply – plumbing, toilet Newport Brass – bathroom fixtures Tile: Walker Zanger – bathroom tiles Upholstery: H&B Upholstery Window Treatments: Julie Gerns, Powers Interior Services – draperies, roman shades, hallway, office

Gallery (p. 57)

Parker West Interiors Paint: Dunn-Edwards Corporation Accessories: Steinway & Sons – Spirio Steinway B Grand Piano Art: Tirage Gallery Audio/Visual: Woody’s Home Electrical Contractor: RadCom Electric Furniture: Suzanne Hollis – antique benches, chairs and table Light Fixtures: Robert Abbey Lighting – pendant chandeliers Pasadena Lighting – LED recessed lighting and track lighting Painting Contractor: Christopher Ryan Paint Rugs: Pashgian Brothers – antique rug Stone: Saxum Tile – stone tile fireplace surround Stoneville – porcelain slab for the fireplace Tile: Saxum Tile Design – tile Tile Installation: Becica Tile Window Treatments: RC Drapery

Art Installation: Carlos Hernandez and Victor Oliveros Building Materials: Ganahl Lumber, Moldings Unlimited Decorative Painting: Shari Tipich Fabric and Trim: L.A.Fred’s Fabric, Royal Cortina Floral Arrangements: Shari Tipich Furniture: Designer’s own collection Light Fixtures: House 1002 Plants: Centeno’s Nursery, MB Nursery Pottery: Wholesale Pottery Mfg. Special thanks to Paul L“Esperance Design”

Sun & Waterscape Terrace (p. 59) California Waterscapes Construction: Electrical: Furniture: Rugs: Irrigation: Light Fixtures: Pavingstones: Planters: Plants: Rocks: Water Features:

California Waterscapes – koi pond, pondless waterfall, fountain Pacific Outdoor Living – patio, pavingstones, mulch, landscaping Modern Electric GT Design Studio – exterior furniture accessorizing Fishbecks Patio Center Pasadena – patio furniture Unique Loom – area rugs Pacific Outdoor Living – drip irrigation Aquascape Inc. – underwater lighting, pathway lights Angelus Block – pavingstones (“Holland” herringbone pattern pathways, Paseo I & II patio) Pro Ponds West Jackalope Pottery Vineland Nursery – drought tolerant plants Pro Pond West – aquatic plants, lilies, lotus Pro Ponds West – landscape rock, pond rock California Waterscapes – koi pond, pondless waterfall, fountain Aquascape Inc. – pond equipment, pumps

Pool House Lounge (p. 60)

American Society of Interior Design

Bella Notte Loggia (p. 58)

Shari Tipich Decorative Design & Artistry Paint: Accessories:

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Dunn-Edwards Corporation Shilpark Paint – specialty paint materials Designer’s own collection – Through the Porthole, House 1002

Paint: Appliances: Audio Visual: Cabinetry: Carpet:

Dunn-Edwards Corporation Snyder Diamond – gas BBQ Blue Star Grill, refrigerator, ​U-Line wine counter fridge, JennAir dishwasher AV Smart Home speakers, TV Woody’s Home – TV installation Wud Wurx – black cabinets Monarch Carpet – woven vinyl, ​ decorative carpet indoor outdoor


Guest House Living Room

Closet: California Closets – floating shelves Construction: Concept Builders – Don Boline, demo, electrical Decorative Painting: L’Artist – faux stone painting, faux paint doors in stone bbq Linda Sarkisian LS Decorative Art​– ​ gold faux paint on cabinet doors Delivery Services: Quick Movers – pick up and delivery Fabric Care and Cleaning: Fiber Care – cleaning and protection Furniture: CASA|WASY – ​sofa and two swivel chairs Haptor Barrett – coffee table, black light and game table and chairs Susanne Hollis – ​large altar table and tall black etagere and bronze bull dog, old chinese pots Light Fixtures: Rescue Green Lighting Painting Contractor: Sumner Painting – ceilings, walls and beams Pillows: Cozy•Stylish•Chic Plants: G&A Horticulturist Graciella Gonzaga – plants and baskets Plumbing fixtures and Supplies: California Faucets – sink faucet drain and dw vent Solid Surface Countertops: Stoneville USA – ​Geolux Pyrolythic Stone Tile: Mission Tile – backsplash tile, ​Kohler sink International Marmol Upholstery: Kravet Fabric – dining chairs and sofa pillows Houles at Scalamandre – trim on pillows Cozy•Stylish•Chic – decorative pillows Window Treatment Fabrication: The Shade Store

Veranda (p. 61)

Louise O’Malley, Inc. Paint: Accessories: Carpet: Fabric: Furniture: Light Fixtures: Painting Contractor: Stone: Stone Fabrication: Upholstery: Window Treatment Fabrication: Other:

Dunn-Edwards Corporation Louise O’Malley, Inc., Badia Design, Berbere Imports, Rubbish Interiors Louise O’Malley, Inc. Pindler and Outdura Michael Taylor Collections, Badia Design, Inc., Louise O’Malley Inc. Paul Ferrante, Badia Design, Inc.

Pool (p. 62)

Pacific Outdoor Living Building Materials: Construction: Irrigation: Light Fixtures: Metalwork: Paving Stones: Plants: Plaster: Tile: Other:

Prime Building Materials – block and cement LEH Construction – spa Irrigation Express – irrigation equipment Lightcraft – LED lights Diamenti Steel – pool steel Angelus Paving Stone – pavers for pool deck Park West – all the plants and trees Slash Plastering – pool plaster National Pool Tile – pool tile Fluidra – pool equipment

Cottage Rhapsody (p. 64)

Shari Tipich Decorative Design & Artistry Paint: Dunn-Edwards Corporation Accessories: Designer’s own collection, Deedee’s This ‘n’ That, House 1002, Magnolia and Willow, My Little French Venue, Vignettes Decor Art Installation: Carlos Hernandez and Victor Oliveros Building Materials: Crenshaw Lumber, Ganahl Lumber, Moldings Unlimited Decorative Painting Shari Tipich Fabric and Trim: Royal Cortina Floral Arrangements: Shari Tipich Furniture: Designer’s own collection Hand-painted Interior Wallcovering: Shari Tipich Landscape Design and Styling: Shari Tipich Light Fixtures: House 1002 Plants: Moon Valley Nursery Pottery: Wholesale Pottery Mfg. Window Treatment Fabrication: Maria’s Custom Drapery Upholstery: Maria’s Custom Drapery Special thanks to Paul L“Esperance Design”

Brightview Painting Co. Renaissance Marble Renaissance Marble Louise O’Malley, Inc. Brambila’s Drapery, Inc. Gerber Hinge, European Hardware and Finishes – gate hardware Louise O’Malley, Inc. – railing

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