Peg Berens, Allied ASID, CID

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Company: Peg Berens Interior Design LLC
25622 Rangewood Rd
Laguna Hills, CA 92653-6146 map
Phone: (949) 916-3076

Designer Profile

I love combining found objects with fine antiques and custom furnishings to create an unexpected, yet classic interior, that brings out my clients' personal tastes, style and aesthetics. I love using common materials in unexpected ways and unexpected materials in common ways. Good design should never be boring or typical, but always be personal and meaningful to the client.

From concept to completion, planning to project management and everything in between, my firm offers full-service interior design specializing in residential new construction and major remodeling.

I am an award winning, certified interior designer with a studio in Orange County, California.

Interiors. Redesigned.

Services Offered

- Complete Design Concept Development
- Interior and Exterior Spaceplanning
- AutoCAD Plans and Details
- Lighting Design and Fixture Selection
- Complete Kitchen and Bathroom Design
- Specification of Built-in Surfaces and Finishes
- Specification of Furnishings, Art, Antiques and Accessories
- Procurement and Implementation
- Project Management
- Consultations

Awards & Publications

Memberships & Certifications:
Allied Member, American Society of Interior Designers (ASID)
Certified Interior Designer (CID) by California Council for Interior Design Certification (CCIDC); CID #6458
Member, National Kitchen & Bath Association (NKBA)

September 2010 - Platinum Award Winner; Best Home of the Year - Under 3500 Square Feet (Sacramento Project); ASID OC Design Awards
September 2009 - Platinum Award Winner; Great Room Category (Puerto Vallarta Project); ASID OC Design Awards

AA Degree in Interior Design (Interior Designer's Institute, Newport Beach, CA)
MBA Degree in Business (University of California, Irvine, CA)

Fee Structure

Determined on a project by project basis.

This 2010 award-winning Sacramento great room showcases the harmonious use of color, materials, and textures.  For example, notice the consistent use of copper and bronze metallics in the space and also notice how the furnishings in the kitchen and breakfast nook all tie in. The custom fabric covered cornice boxes hide the motorized solar shades from sight when not in use.
Notice the fabulous feature wall in this 2010 award-winning Sacramento home.  The wall is covered in irridescent, recycled glass tiles and has niches especially sized for the homeowners' art as well as the modern fireplace and TV. An outdated, dropped ceiling soffit and an old oak wall to wall entertainment unit were removed to make way for this updated, sleeker design.
This Sacramento breakfast nook features two pantries backlined with fabric to hide the clutter.  Notice the amazing bronze armoire in the middle.  It's used to store the homeowners' platters.  What a nice change from just another cabinet.  Before the remodel, there was an old oak desk in this space with a dropped ceiling above it. What a transformation!
The 1-1/2 thick glass island countertop is textured and looks like water in this kitchen. The client wanted something different and special for the countertop.  I am happy to report that my client says that this is just about the easiest surface to care for that they have ever had!  Just a little Windex, and voila!
This transitional kitchen shows the use of many different materials - a glass island and glass backsplash tiles, warm wood cabinetry and Caesarstone countertops.  It has simple, clean lines and easy to care for surfaces. Notice the extensive use of drawers for storage rather than cabinet doors. These drawers are full extension snd accommodate all the homeowner's pots, pans and small appliances. Kitchen drawers are much easier to access than cabinets doors and shelves.
This amazing study features a desk for two, traditional bookcases and a unique sleeping niche!  This niche was transformed out of an unused closet and was specifically sized to hold a twin-size TempurPedic mattress. Now that is some serious comfort for napping!
The other side of this office has custom shelving to display the homeowners' books as well as their art and accessories.  These floating shelves are attached to the wall with hidden hardware.  They were also designed to be different depths to add interest.
What a relaxing guest suite in this 2010 award-winning Sacramento home.  Custom bedding and divine silk window treatments add to the feeling of luxury.  The monochromatic color palette creates a calming and peaceful space for guests.  The mirrored nightstands and bathroom vanity add a little bit of drama and fun.
The guest bathroom in this home show that traditional materials like the marble floor and travertine vanity top combined with the mirrored vanity create a stylish transitional space.
Drama, anyone?  The dining room of this 2010 award-winning Sacramento home features stunning hand-painted, hand-embroided silk wallcoverings, a fabulous cystal chandelier and a custom area rug.
The lovely powder room of this 2010 award-winning Sacramento home features a vanity with classic, traditional lines and crystal wall sconces.
Hollywood Regency anyone?  This 2010 award-winning Sacramento master bedroom shows the use of dramatic finishes and fabrics to create an amazing space.  The beautiful art covers a niche that hides the TV!
Luxury, anyone?  The master bathroom in this 2010 award-winning Sacramento home has an air-jet tub for two with an onyx top.  The polished, Venetian plaster walls set it all off.
Interiors. Redesigned.
A magical terrace.
Country French, anyone?  This charming Newport Beach vacation home has it all.  The carved, limestone fireplace says it all.
Simply charming!  This Country French Newport Beach vacation home's dining room opens to a lovely outdoor courtyard.
It's all about the details in the family room of this Newport Beach vacation home.
This Newport Beach vacation home's guest bedroom is warm, cozy and highlights the antique bed nicely.
Interiors. Redesigned.
This 2009 award-winning design in a Puerto Vallarta vacation home features a great room with transitional custom furnishings, lighting, area rugs and accessories.
This 2009 award-winning Puerto Vallarta vacation home has a transitional kitchen with red glass cabinets (yes, I said glass!).  The warm brown Caesarstone countertops and beige fabrics create a warm and inviting space.
The details in this 2009 award-winning Puerto Vallarta vacation home's dining room say luxury, refinement, style.
Neglect a hallway?  Never!  The hallway of this 2009 award-winning Puerto Vallarta vacation home was transformed into an art gallery for the homeowners' collections.
The transitional master bedroom of this 2009 award-winning Puerto Vallarta vacation home features a bed with a chocolate colored crystal headboard (I kid you not!) and low profile furnishings so as not to detract from the amazing ocean view.
It's all about the details in the master bathroom of this 2009 award-winning vacation home in Puerto Vallarta.  Love the art over the tub for two!
This transitional master bathroom in the 2009 award-winning Puerto Vallarta vacation home combine modern lines and warm materials and colors to create a relaxing space.
Ooh!  Take some silver and red, add a dose of style, and you get an amazing office in this 2009 award-winning Puerto Vallarta vacation home.  It will be hard to work with that ocean view!