Vive la différence: long live the difference!


We designed this library for a family who loves to read. Photo by Paul Dyer

One of the distinguishing characteristics of our work at Ann Lowengart Interiors is that each of our projects is vastly different from the next. Annie doesn’t have a signature style or color palette whereby every house looks the same. When we start working with a client, Annie begins by really taking the time to understand the property through their eyes. We want to give them a unique home that reflects who they are, distinct from the residences we have designed for others.


Fabric presentation for Ross project

One of our current projects is in Ross, where the homeowners grew up with antiques and want to include them in their new interiors. Even though we are incorporating period pieces, the interiors need to feel fresh and current. We selected a vibrant color scheme in hues of blue, green, and pink with touches of neutrals. We are going bold with the pattern and layering traditional prints against hand-painted wallcoverings. In this home, classic furniture silhouettes mix effortlessly with family heirlooms.


Adding a Master Bedroom Suite in the Sonoma Wine Country

For a contemporary glass and steel-framed house set against the wild landscape of Healdsburg, we are softening the interiors. Using modern furnishings with eased edges and luxuriously textured fabrics, we are creating an inviting retreat from urban life. We collaborated with Feldman Architects and Jungsten Construction on the addition of a spacious master suite. The remodel will allow for the repurposing of the old master bedroom into a nursery for the clients' new baby.

Tricia Kerr