We talked to interior designer Angela Wells about her luxurious, desert modernism and about working with us here at Camerich LA!
Camerich LA: We love your sumptuous take on modernism! The textures and colors are surprising and opulent. How do you begin to put these projects together?
Angela Wells: Each project’s design process is unique and tailored to suit the client’s individual needs and goals. I spend an immense amount of time up front, before even entering the design stages getting to know and understand each client’s personal aesthetic, likes, dislikes and wish lists. Essentially I like to crawl inside my clients heads and get behind the controls for them. The wealth of knowledge gained in the early phases allows me to curate an interior that goes above and beyond their expectations.
CLA: What do you like about working with Camerich furniture? Is customization important to you in your projects?
AW: Camerich LA is a pleasure to work with. Martin and Stephen are friendly, and extremely helpful. Whether it was overnighting fabric samples in a desired color range or checking order statuses they stayed on top of everything and communicated effectively.
Customization is definitely important as it lends itself to acquiring the correct scale and proportion of a selected piece of furniture as it relates to its surrounding interior.
CLA: When did you first start using Camerich?
AW: Camerich is a fairly recent acquisition in my vendor line up, I began working with them on a smaller project in early 2016.
CLA: What do you like best about working with Camerich LA?
AW: The attentiveness of the staff was a major selling point for me personally, with their strong communication skills and knowledge of the line hitting a home run. I will definitely be using them again for future projects.
CLA: Can you tell us a little bit about the project we are featuring here? About the selections, finishes, etc?
AW: The home featured here is a 4200 sq ft custom home with an additional 1200 sq ft of indoor/outdoor living space located in Rancho Mirage and finished in December of 2016. Warm walnut wood ceilings and elegant cream split face limestone walls set the tone for this desert contemporary home. There are conversation pieces abound with the show-stopper being the custom walnut wood bridge spanning from the master bedroom headboard wall to the fireplace.
For more information about Angela Wells Interior Design, click here.
Camerich pieces featured in the Living Room: Lazytime Sectional Sofa (customized).
All photography by Trent Teigan, and courtesy of Angela Wells Interior Design.