Rozalynn Woods Interior Design

Rozalynn Woods Interior Design


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Deco Lite, Rozalynn Woods Interior Design | Remodelista Architect / Designer Directory

Deco Lite: Living Room. Metropolitan Home featured this award winning Los Angeles oasis as their Home of the Month. The project garnered inspiration the refined aesthetic derived from French Art Deco, classic European, and the linear Asian sensibilities. The layout is asymmetrical yet balanced, sophisticated yet comfortable, and introduces a variety of luxurious textures amidst a warm neutral palette. Photo: Peter Valli.

Rozalynn Woods is recognized for a clean and sophisticated sense of style that seamlessly integrates Interior Design and Architecture. Her design philosophy fuses history and modernity through a refined and luxurious mixture of colors, textures and furnishings.

With 25 years of design experience, Rozalynn insures her spaces present a current point of view, yet appear timeless—each pertaining to her clients' unique sensibility. Every project is an opportunity to create an environment that fuses high style with comfort, and incorporate an element of the unexpected. 

As an inveterate world traveler with a passion for flea markets and furniture history, Rozalynn draws from those experiences and incorporates them into an extensive number of projects whether in Pasadena, NYC or Montreal.

Rozalynn has participated in several Pasadena Showcase Houses of Design and ASID Home and Kitchen tours. Her work has been published in California Homes, Metropolitan Home, California Home and Design, Pasadena Magazine, Spectacular Homes of Southern California and The Sunset Garden Style Decorating Book. Her designs have received extensive newspaper and blog coverage, and have been featured on HGTV. She was recently awarded "Best Interior Designer" by Pasadena Weekly.

Deco Lite: Dining Room. Sheer panels on a track move around the dining space, enhancing the room’s light and airy qualities. The campaign chairs were discovered in a Paris flea market and reupholstered in calfskin leather. The custom bronze table is split into two sections to create separate dining areas, but can be connected to accomodate larger dinner parties. Photo: Peter Valli.

Sophisticated Modern: Living Room. With a nod to Hollywood Regency glamour, this seductive living room is the ultimate chic and cozy space, perfect for both relaxing and entertaining. Wall-to-wall concrete floors are softened by the use of plush fabrics in warm neutral tones. The room features a tryptic of drawings by LA and Paris based artist, John Lincoln, and original Art Deco glass vases. Photo: Peter Valli.

Deco Lite: Guest Bedroom. The ideal zen retreat for guests, this bedroom uses a backlit screen made of frosted glass to create a soft glow. In keeping with the serene feel of the space, the accessories are clean and minimal, including awning draperies, a ceramic bowl, and a simple reading lamp. Photo: Peter Valli.

Midcentury Restored: Breakfast Nook. 
This ranch style residence uses a soft white palette on the walls and ceiling to balance the dark wood floor, while acting as a neutral backdrop for the bold and graphic mid-century furniture, including a Noguchi breakfast table, Saarinen chairs, and Leonardo pendant. Photo: Laura Hull.

Midcentury Restored: Entryway. The entryway in this mid-century inspired ranch exemplifies the mood of the home by featuring graphic pieces in an otherwise warm and neutral space, including this Intaglio table by Matthew White topped with a lithograph by LA artist and sculptor Richard Serra. Photo: Laura Hull.

Mid-Century Restored: Hallway. This hallway presented an unexpected opportunity to display a quirky Tibetan top hat and a striking charcoal by LA and Paris based artist John Lincoln. Photo: Laura Hull.

Mid-Century Modern: Living Room. Two Bengt Ruda armchairs flank the contemporary concrete fireplace, which features a collage by Robert Motherwell. Photo by Laura Hull.

California Contemporary: Kitchen. This home's dramatic architecture inspires the clean and angular lines of its kitchen, which features bleached maple floors and cabinets and a solid Corian center island. Photo: Joshua White.

California Contemporary: Bathroom. The choice to use simple materials and clean lines in the interior of this bathroom helps to create a sense of calm and serenity. The freestanding resin bathtub is as much a sculptural focal point as the Patricia Urquiola chair found in the small interior/exterior garden. Photo: Joshua White.


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