The studio team at Landed Interiors & Homes (formerly known as Lynn K. Leonidas) is known for bringing their California sensibility to collected and sensible interiors. They are inspired by a home’s architecture, using it to jump-start a modern design that carefully links its history to its present beginnings.
With a background in Bay Area luxury interiors and design project management, Landed understands and respects the working relationships formed with the team of specialists bringing your project to life. Their work in the field of interior design for the past 10 years has led to the development of their unique style and a fulfilling network with the industry's best craftspeople.
Their rooms have appeared in House Beautiful, Sunset, Domino, and Architectural Digest Mexico, among others. The studio is currently working on renovations and furnishings for homes and businesses in the San Francisco Bay Area.
We specialize in classic interiors, and our favorite part of design is researching classical detailing and furnishings to foster excitement for timeless design.
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After you contact us, we will have a series of complimentary calls and emails to review your project and answer questions about our design process and fee schedule. Once we are quite ready to move forward, we will schedule a paid site consultation to determine fit and develop scope and budget for the agreement.
The team at Landed is trained and formally educated in interior design, interior architecture, custom furnishings, and fine arts.
The team at Landed bills hourly for interior design services and offers purchasing services for finishes and furnishings.
Our minimum budgets for large projects are $200K for furnishings or architectural remodels. Our client budgets for full-home architectural renovtions average $600K. While we have a handful of larger projects, we reserve time for one or two smaller projects per year.
Our past and current clientele includes legal, medical, and creative professionals, and property developers.
Once the designer understands the extent of your scope, they should be able to foresee some of the issues that may arise in your project and offer creative, manageable solutions. The marker of a good designer is not that the designer can avoid invevitable problems, but how the designer rises to the challenge and provides new perspectives to solving the problems.
Potential clients should have a good grasp of their complete scope and a budget range. Together with the contractor, the designer will best be able to determine if the budget is workable or suggest other alternatives.