We design beautiful, functional spaces in which to dream, sleep, work, laugh, dine, live, and love. Lily Spindle is equal parts magician, therapist, artist, and sleuth - within these myriad roles, our design alchemy thrives. 

We believe all rooms ought to have original art on their walls and espouse the importance of the perfectly imperfect, embracing the individual distinction found in furnishings, accessories, and art. We love vintage furniture. We love ingenuity, kindness, and transforming spaces into things of beauty.

Also, not for nothin’,  we really, really love animals. So much so that we designed our own pet poufs.

When a leaky pipe in an upstairs unit destroyed much of their cavernous galley kitchen, a long-desired remodel went from dream to reality for this acting-writing-directing couple in North Hollywood. Drawing aesthetically from the MCM vibe of their home, we energized and elevated the windowless workspace by eschewing heavy upper cabinets in favor of open shelving and integrating warm wood and dazzling white finishes with a broad stroke of a midcentury turquoise tile, global textiles, and distinctive lighting. A reimagined lively breakfast nook featuring an upholstered tangerine banquette transforms the once awkward and unused corner into the perfect spot to lounging with a latte in the morning or cocktails at night. (photography by Michele Thomas)

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Serenity abound in this 3,700-square-foot classic Spanish style home, nestled on a private drive in the North Arroyo neighborhood of charming, pastoral Pasadena. Accommodating a family of five, we sought to create a home with timeless textures, warm and inviting colors, and gorgeous, comfortable furniture, including modern and antique rugs, original art, and the occasional pop of an excellent graphic pattern. (photography by Michele Thomas)


Illuminating and modernizing this casting director’s home was the ultimate aim, to raise the collectively somber master bedroom, dining room, living room, and kitchen to a place of inspiring radiance and brilliance. Cerulean and cerise now reign supreme in her spacious master bedroom, which she describes as an “oasis,” leading out to a sunny backyard patio and pool. A full remodel of her outdated living and dining rooms, as well as her kitchen, expanded the impassioned cook’s workspace while also providing a gorgeous central spot for her friends to snack and socialize. Opening up the very heart of the house, we introduced colorful vintage rugs, lighting, and accessories, custom locally made furniture, and modern Southern California-vibe photography by artist George Byrne. (photography by Michele Thomas)


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We understand the emptiness of a new home can be both galvanizing and intimidating . . . and we fearlessly and unfailingly lean into the former. For this Culver City home, we designed the space with a strong predilection for sensual fabrics and unexpected colors. Lush velvets and silks, bold and pretty fuchsias, warm woods and metals, and feminine subtlety abound. (photography by Joe Atlas)


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A bibliophile's utopia, this Mediterranean-style home built in 1926 is blessed with incredible architectural details, not to mention stunning panoramic views of Los Feliz and Silver Lake. With our addition of abstract art to the client's burgeoning collection, custom and vintage furniture and accessories, and textiles hailing from Morocco and Guatemala, we aimed to honor and complement the original elements of this writer's resplendent residence. (photography by Joe Atlas)


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Colorful, minimal, livable, comfortable mid-century modern delivered to a busy family's homestead (complete with several dogs, a couple kids, and even a snake). Vibrant colors and patterns meander throughout, in the artwork, the furniture, accessories, and textiles, and are balanced against the gorgeous, ubiquitous natural light and beauty of this one-story ranch at the foot of Los Feliz's Griffith Park. The inherent cheerfulness, joy, and casual Southern California cool of this family deeply influenced the direction of our design, in all aspects. (photography by Joe Atlas)


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