Behind the Trend Series – What is Art Deco?

A few things come to mind when we hear the words Art Deco; think Great Gatsby, flapper girls, and New York City to give you an idea! However, it is much more than flashy parties and shiny geometric…


Behind the Trend Series – BIOPHILIC Design

What is Biophilic Design + 5 easy ways you can incorporate the benefits into your home! You know that sense of peace and happiness you feel while you’re walking on the beach? The feeling of how…


Tile Trends of 2020

If you’ve been following along on social media, you’ve been seeing our tile snapshots from our recent trip to Valencia, Spain with the Tile of Spain USA group! I was invited by Frank Advertising to…


Year in Review 2019

Wow! What a year 2019 has been. Being a Small Business owner, there are plenty of ups and downs that come with the territory. It can be hard not to focus on the negatives at times, so we try to turn…


Our Mesa View Project Featured in Kitchen and Bath Business Magazine

We’ve been featured in the September Edition of KBB Magazine! Remember a while back, we shared a 90’s farmhouse makeover?? Well, that project was featured in the Kitchen and Bath Business Magazine…


Shell Beach Master Bathroom Makeover

Our Honeycomb HQ is in Shell Beach and I absolutely love it. The narrow streets, the funky houses, the smell of the salt air…there is nothing like it. BUT Designing these houses can be a bit of…


Ariana Lovato, Owner and Principal Designer, Selected for NKBA 30 Under 30!

For the past eight years, the National Kitchen and Bath Association awards 30 Designers from around the country, all 30 years and under, this prestigious award. In January, I’ll be flying out to…


Honeycomb Gives Back – Decorating for Children with Disabilities

A year ago, I met the Henard family while drawing their plans for their upcoming Kitchen remodel. I absolutely adored the family, but I especially felt for their 10 year old son, Luke Henard, who has…


Historical San Luis Obispo Home Gets A Master Bedroom Makeover!

Working on a historical home is always such a great experience. I was actually involved in the remodeling of this home ten years ago (was an intern fresh out of design school!). Last year, they…