Summer, 2017 Issue
LMK is featured on page 87 of the California Home + Design Magazine for their success in the NKBA competition.
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October, 2016 Issue
LMK is featured on page 116/117 of Traditional Home Magazine for their work in the Napa Showhouse!
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2016 Design Awards
LMK wins 2nd place in Kitchen Bath and Business!
KITCHEN CONFIDENTIAL: 7 Ways to Mix and Match Cabinet Colors
See LMK Interiors featured on Houzz!!
October, 2015 Issue
In this issue, you will see LMK Interiors featured for their involvement in the 2014 Napa Valley Showhouse at the Caldwell Vineyards. We are so proud of our work at this historical Victorian Farmhouse. Click the link to see the entire description and photograph!
April, 2015 Issue
See LMK Interiors in M Magazine being recognized our win at the NKBA Awards for the Alamo Farmhouse!
January, 2015 Issue
Check out LMK Interiors winning Alamo Farmhouse Kitchen featured in the National Kitchen & Bath Association magazine!
February 6, 2015
LMK Interiors Alamo Kitchen was featured in The Washington Post! Click the link to read the entire article.
LAMORINDA WEEKLY-LMK Interiors Featured for NKBA Award
February 11, 2015
LMK Interiors win at the National Kitchen and Bath Association Award Ceremony feature can be seen in Lamorinda Weekly on page A10 or you can click on the link to read more!
This Alamo Kitchen featuring 100 year old barn wood lines and high peaked ceilings was the winner of three National Kitchen and Bath Association awards this past January. Created by Leslie Kalish, CID CfYH and co-designer Jennifer Hobson of LMK Interiors in Lafayette, CA.
LMK Interiors is honored to have received the Best of Houzz 2015 Award for design and customer satisfaction. Click the link to read more!
TRADITIONAL HOME MAGAZINE & LAMORINDA PATCH — Lamorinda, Concord Designers Featured at Traditional Home 2014 Napa Valley Showhouse
By Susan C. Schena — Published September 2014
Picture yourself on a hilltop overlooking the legendary Napa Valley, with a glass of cult-status wine in hand, while you tour an historic Victorian farmhouse estate reimagined by some of the finest and most innovative interior designers in the country. Traditional Home magazine is proud to announce its third annual Showhouse taking place at Caldwell Vineyard, a 123-acre stunning estate in Coombsville.
Designers this year include: Laurie Furber, Elsie Green House and Home, Concord; Leslie Kalish and Gayle Leksan, LMK Interiors, Lafayette; Tim O’Shea, Greenworks Landscape Design, Lafayette.
LAMORINDA WEEKLY — Need Help Picking the Perfect Paint Color?
By Cathy Tyson — Published March 30, 2010
For Lamorinda residents looking for a way to freshen up their homes, there’s no project that gives you more bang for the buck than painting. A fresh new color on the walls can make everything else in the room look better. The problem for most do-it-yourself-ers gazing at a rainbow of color choices at a paint store is – which one? A reasonably energetic person can get started in the morning and paint a room in one day.
BEST OF TODAY’S INTERIOR DESIGN — Ecclectic Cool
Tri-toned furnishings provide a warm vantage point of a garden room beyond the glass doors. The earthy atmosphere works off Japanned wood tables and chairs, softened by chenille and fur. Exotic dark mouldings, Japanned-black wood finishes, and an ashlar stone fireplace surround create the foundation for a room that is at once exotic and earthy. The comfortable nature of the chairs makes the room inviting while at the same time novel.
SIGNATURES KITCHENS & BATHS — Rooms with a View
This home in Alamo, California, has an extraordinary view of its vineyard…Gardunio merged her skills with colorist Leslie kalish in selecting materials and colors for the project. A softer Provence palette that complements the setting replaced the rustic pine that previously covered the floors, ceilings, and cabinets…
HOUSE OF COLORS — Exterior color by style of architecture
This charming two-story victorian cottage is reached by traversing a footbridge with repeating cut-out scroll patterns in the railing panels. The subdued earthy colors work beautifully with the color of the tree on the lower level that reaches up past the bridge and partially camouflages the house…
“I wanted to give them a kitchen that will enhance how they live and function as a family.” Gardunio teamed up with colorist Leslie Kalish. Gardunio provided the design and space planning skills…and Kalish selected the materials and colors…