Though the practice dates back centuries, the idea of creating an at-home wellness sanctuary resonates particularly strongly today. More than ever, we all yearn for ways to foster a peaceful home environment infused with self-care. As design evolves to reflect trends and needs, we begin to see the wellness theme manifested in various ways. A notable example is this year’s Pasadena Showcase House of Design (PSHD). Designed by Studio Jhoiey and suffused with 1930s Art Deco elegance, the primary suite and bath of the 2020 PSHD embodies aspirational living through the home wellness sanctuary lens.
Designer Jhoiey Ramirez selected a variety of products from the DRS and Associates client roster to bring her vision to life. The Smart Shower brought a high-tech perspective while the floors, wall tile, lighting, faucet and hardware selections provided a clever mix of metals, textures and prints for a true visual feast. We are always happy to connect and collaborate with Studio Jhoiey, Inc.
The 2020 Pasadena Showcase House’s primary suite was designed as a respite for the homeowners from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Located in Arcadia, it pays homage to a time when beautification in the city meant planting trees along parkways, golf courses and bowling greens. This verdant outdoor palette inspired the various botanical patterns and hues of green used throughout the space.
To marry the grandeur of the Showcase House’s architecture with the functionality and flow of a modern lifestyle, Ms. Ramirez opened walls, improved lighting and added technological conveniences to create a relaxing confection of a space that lends itself to being savored.
This year, due to extenuating circumstances, the PSHD will eschew in-person tours for the public, opting instead for virtual ones. Proceeds from the ticket sales will support music programs in local schools. Virtual tours commenced on October 2nd. For information and to purchase tickets, visit Pasadena Showcase House of Design
We are encouraged to be a part of a design community that finds ways to embrace creativity, even during these challenging times, and look forward to connecting our artisanal kitchen and bath clients with more innovative projects like the Pasadena Showcase House.
About Pasadena Showcase House for the Arts (PSHA)
An all-volunteer organization, Pasadena Showcase House for the Arts (PSHA) is a non-profit California Corporation whose members donate their time and talents to present three annual music programs, administer a large Gifts & Grants program and produce the annual Pasadena Showcase House of Design. Founded in 1948, and formerly known as The Pasadena Junior Philharmonic Committee, they adopted the Pasadena Showcase House of Design as their annual benefit in 1965. PSHA supports diverse music programs in local schools from musical theater to marching bands. It is one of the oldest, largest and most successful house and garden tours in the nation.
About Studio Jhoiey
Jhoiey Ramirez is a designer and visual artist specializing in interiors and architecture. She established Studio Jhoiey, Inc. in 2011 with a mission to design distinctive environments inspired by lifestyle; current or aspired. A world traveler, Jhoiey works from a diverse and extensive palette of design. The vision of her designs largely come from gathered inspiration from her travels, and lifestyle collaboration with clients.
|The primary bathroom of the Pasadena Showcase House of Design, designed by Studio Jhoiey, features Botanical Tahiti Tile by Walker Zanger, the Sawyer Tub in Smooth Copper by Americh with the Tub Filler from the Edge Collection by Franz Viegener and Impero Wall Sconces by Allegri Crystal by Kalco.|
The shower in the primary bathroom of the Pasadena Showcase of Design, designed by Studio Jhoiey, features an illuminated drain trough around the floor and ThermaSol Smart Shower system including the Serenity Light, Sound, Rainhead with chromatherapy. The shower wall tile is Secolo Calacata porcelain slabs by Walker Zanger and the bath fittings are from the Edge Collection in polished gold by Franz Viegener.