Spacious well lit kitchen design by Kern & Company and Susan Spath Interior Design

To say interior designers are visual people is a bit of an understatement. As such, we are always paying attention to what other people are paying attention to (be in on social media, or any place else!).  In doing so, we noticed a draw – a trend, if you will – towards interiors that are…

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Living rooms designed by Kern & Company and Susan Spath Interior Design

Fact: not all interior design centers around grand homes full of elegant, high-end furniture and splashy art (Although we do love those projects!). Some of the best – and most challenging – design can be found in more intimate places. Jewel box homes bring a professional’s sense of space planning and detailed organization details into…

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Living rooms designed by Kern & Company and Susan Spath Interior Design

“It is often said ‘lightning never strikes the same place twice.’ San Diego-based interior designer Susan Spath, however, proved an exception to this rule when she was called in to work on a Rancho Santa Fe, CA, residence. Knowing she had overseen a complete renovation of the property a number of years prior, the new…

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Luxury Living Room in North County San Diego - Subtle Design in Elegant Shades of Gray and Lavender - Textures with Fine Accessories and High End Furniture from Kern & Co. Solana Beach and Rancho Santa Fe

Susan Spath Interior Design and Kern & Company were thrilled to have one of our projects featured in the Orange County/San Diego edition of Luxe Interiors + Design (the March/April issue to be precise!). We’ve put together a portfolio of the images from this stunning property which shows off the layered interior design and plenty…

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Luxury Family Room Design in San Diego - Custom Upholstered Sofas - Unique Fine Accessories and High End Furniture from Kern & Co.

In keeping up with our “What’s hot now” focus here at Kern & Company, we thought we’d take a moment and share what is trending for us on our interior design inspired Instagram page. Aside from being some of our favorite Rancho Santa Fe projects, these fan favorites are focused around our love of mixed cremes…

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Kern & Company featured in Luxe

“A San Diego residence channels a French country farmhouse” Not being ones to believe that “print is dead”, we love that this fabulous project by Susan Spath Interior Design (and featuring Kern & Company) was highlighted in Luxe Interiors + Design Magazine; we ALSO love that it sits on their interactive media site Luxesource.com! Check…

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Kern & Company Instagram Features

If you haven’t been keeping up with us on Instagram, you might have missed some of our favorite things! (Translation: go give us a follow!) In any case, we’ve noticed our most popular images tend to highlight the calm, serene and cool white palettes Susan Spath Interior Design has become so well known for. So, in…

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Kern & Company featured in Luxe Magazine

This just in: Susan Spath – and Kern & Company – are featured in the March/April issue of Luxe Interiors + Design Magazine! We are thrilled to have this lovely project in San Diego highlighted in the Orange County/San Diego edition of one of the design industry’s leading media outlets. If you don’t happen to…

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Master bedroom interior design by Kern & Company and Susan Spath Interior Designs

Gray skies in Southern California having us dreaming of days filled with blue skies and azure oceans. So, we thought we would share some of our favorite interior design projects from Susan Spath and Kern & Company. From luxurious master bathrooms to living areas full of fine furniture, hopefully these put a spring into your…

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Kern & Company featured in Ranch & Coast Magazine

“Sitting in her sun-splashed Rancho Santa Fe breakfast room, where floor-to-ceiling doors overlook the swimming pool, vegetable garden, and in the distance,  rows of fruit trees, interior designer Susan Spath takes in the brilliant blue sky and lush landscape, intensely green from recent winter’s rains.” So begins a feature article in the March issue of…

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