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Project Highlights

Chameleon Design Featured Project: Belvedere Plan F1-B- Central Park West, Irvine

This space was designed for a move down couple from Newport Beach that is trading in the maintenance of having a single family home for a condo lifestyle. One great perk is the spectacular club facility right across the street within Central Park West.

The condo features elegant finishes including honed creamy stone flooring, granite slab counter tops and accent tables, silk rugs and modern decorative light fixtures. We worked with a sophisticated color palette of chamois, creamy whites, natural silks with vibrant yellow accents, and a hint of navy blue. And the transitional furnishings are accented with original art, natural elements like oversized coral pieces, large crystal mineral pieces and petrified wood sculptures.

Chameleon Design Featured Project: Montecito Village, Ramona

Montecito Village is an affordable family community comprised of 1, 2, 3 and 4-bedroom apartments. The property serves low to very low-income households.  Chameleon Design was involved in the renovation which included: new roofs, paint, energy efficient windows and patio doors, fencing, HVAC systems, signage, and improvements to drainage, landscaping, paving and site accessibility.  Kitchens and bathrooms also received new cabinets, countertops, appliances, plumbing fixtures, flooring and energy efficient lighting. Additionally, a new community room, computer learning center, picnic area and leasing office were added to enhance the lives of the residents.

 Multi-Family Rec Room
Outdoor Picnic Area

Chameleon Design Featured Project: Waterman Junction, Barstow

For this project, Chameleon Design transformed the Harvey House restaurant in the middle of Barstow into an information center launching a new 80,000 home development. Dating back to 1885, the building used to be an old railroad depot. The building’s historical designation lead to considerable construction constraints. We made it work for us by drawing on original features such as the Doric columns, box beam ceilings and hammered copper chandeliers to infuse elements of the past with fresh modern styling.

 Original columns at entry.

 

 Bold patterns on upholstered chairs recall the feel of a passenger train car and standing displays resolve the problem of no wall space.
 On the solitary usable wall, one finds an enormous map suspended with steel and custom wood framing.

 

 Welcoming windows, lively carpet tiles, and a rich gem-like palette all signal a Barstow with vitality, history and community where new residents and homeowners can imagine beginning a new.

Chameleon Design Featured Project: Granville at Central Park West, Irvine

For this project we used our Earthy, Urban Natural scheme and added some Industrial Elements mixed with reclaimed wood pieces to inspire an Eco-Friendly buyer.  The wood flooring starts at the entry and into the downstairs office, then continues on the second floor living spaces and then again is repeated on the third floor landing/day trader space to lead you up.

Office

Office

Master Bedroom

Master Bedroom

Living Room

Living Room

Kitchen

Kitchen

The dining table had to have a “wow” factor, since you walk right into the side of it on the second floor, so we chose a slab of wood with a live edge and added the industrial metal stools for seating.  The stools worked well because they didn’t take up too much space.

Chameleon Design Featured Project: Belmont Plan One, San Elijo Hills in San Marcos

This project won Chameleon Design a SoCal Award this past weekend! The space that we had to work with was very small, but was done so well that it shows much bolder and stronger than the budget of $18 per square foot. Check out the photos and we’re sure you’ll agree:

Entry

Entry

Kitchen & Dining Room

Kitchen & Dining Room 

Master Bedroom

Master Bedroom

Office

Office 

Nursery

Nursery

Chameleon Design Featured Project: Olive Street, Downtown Los Angeles

A perfect location for seniors deciding where their “new” home is going to be, 740 S. Olive Street is a historic building that’s been updated. This 13-story building provides affordable senior living in the heart of Los Angeles and Chameleon Design put a little glitz and glam into its art deco bones.

All of the interiors were redone to include: the lobbies, recreation room, exercise room, theater room, offices and hallway interior specifications, while maintaining the art deco historical features. See the ceiling detail in the lobby, the gold leaf mural in the lobby seating area and the glass block wall in multi-purpose room.

Resident Reverend Hannah couldn’t believe how beautiful it looked after the remodel and said: “I can’t believe this is my home. I am so happy I live here!”

Entrance

Entrance

Lobby Seating

Lobby Seating

Main Lobby

Main Lobby 

Multi-Purpose Room

Multi-Purpose Room 

Rooftop

Rooftop