Remodel of a small home in the Hollywood Hills that involved new wood paneling for the ceiling, clay plaster for the walls, a built-in breakfast nook, new flooring, and turning a closet into a built-in clay-plastered faux “banco” (couch). We enjoyed working with the designer, Jared Frank (http://topsydesign.com/Verbena-Drive)
The plaster is a custom two-tone mix of Maritimo (the American Clay body that uses seashells as the aggregate). The ceiling is FSC wood with a non-toxic stain and finish and the built-in bench is FSC hardwood with a zero VOC finish. The designer commissions some beautiful, hand-crafted furniture including the breakfast nook table and the bed.