I love hearing names that I don’t instantly recognize, it means that I am about to get inspired (or un-inspired) by someone new. Daniel C. Cuevas is a L.A. designer whose name I did not know until recently. His work is slightly more minimal than what I usually post, but it is still awe-inspiring and full of details that are intricately simplified.
His design compliments the architecture of the home. Every component within his work is finished out with great thought and immaculate application. It makes you feel you could get away with wearing all white yoga clothes year round (my kind of home!). Fresh, bold, and undeniably divine. Maybe less is more…at least for Today.
The backyard of a stunning L.A. home. The landscaping at many of the homes he designs is just remarkable. Via Veranda
Cuevas really does do an excellent job at complimenting the architecture
That large industrial picture window is phenomenal. Cuevas clearly kept that the focal point with his shades of gray and hints of soft yellow.
He uses modern art and mixes periods of design. Never to be overdone.
I love the dining room (not just because of the well displayed boxwoods). The skirted end chair and french style chairs add a softer element to the modern art and cool neutrals.
Beautiful mix of black and blue. A chic and sleek display of books.
This is perfection. Love the floor and the round table within the bathroom.
A loggia off of the pool area. Gorgeous mirrored arches reflect the indoor/outdoor space.
The architecture of this home is beyond. Enjoy some exterior images!
What a fantastic gray color. The whole home has a courtyard type feel. The home really reflects the outdoors through the use of windows and doors.
Sweet arched french doors off of a well landscaped pool area. Via AD Russia