This residence was formerly owned by the Handler family who started and owned Mattel Toys. Nicole purchased the property from Barbara “Barbie” Segal, the inspiration for the original Barbie® doll, and felt it only right to honor such a legend throughout the redesign of the space.
The Beach House
This little beach house was reworked by Nicole to find the perfect balance of style, comfort, sophistication and the casual nature of the beach.
Nicole wanted her Malibu home to feel like the resort-like oasis she knew it was destined to be. The modern materials mixed with the warm natural woods keep it warm, cozy and inviting.
Greta Garbo Estate
This was one of Nicole’s biggest design and construction projects to date. She truly created things out of thin air, adding a second story and creating a pool and yard in the previously unused space.
This celebrity studded home was redesigned to the highest level of sophistication with its use of luxury materials and fixtures. Truly a showpiece, this inviting knockout of a home is the perfect beach-front property!
This home was simply redesigned to support the stylish and fun family that resides there. Nicole worked together with Abramson Teiger Architects on this project.
Avenue of the Stars
This fabulous city apartment has everything you need! It is smart, stylish and has a lovely open floor plan with sweeping views of the city that will mesmerize you.
This family home, designed with Emily Klaparta, was created to have equal parts style and smarts. It is the ultimate home for today’s modern family. The epitome of modern design with a traditional twist guarantees a truly timeless space!
Kerri Kenney - Reno 911
This Point Dume home in Malibu was designed by Nicole to showcase the ranch style of the home and make the interior space one with the outdoors.
Russ Mitchell’s Place
How do you add more “cool” to Russell Mitchell? Push the limits and turn one of his old vintage motorcycles into a piece of sculpture inside his home. Nicole filled Russell's home with fun ideas to keep it cool, industrial and oh so Russell!
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