Rick Glass is a long time resident of Long Beach California. He received his diploma of interior design in 2008, and has been involved in both residential and commercial design. He finds inspiration in anything and everything around him to create a thoughtful, beautiful interior that meets the clients aesthetic and functional goals . He considers himself a hands on Interior Designer as it's not uncommon for him to pick-up a paint brush or power tool to help get the job done.
Describe your go-to style:
My go-to style would have to be modern. I love the clean crisp lines, simple color palette, and simplicity of modern design. Plus, I love that there isn't a lot of clutter or accessories involved with modern style.
Describe your favorite project:
My most favorite project was the renovation of a 1933 cobblestone cottage in Palm Springs, California. The client loved the idea of re-doing the home in a Spanish revival with white stucco walls and dark wood beam ceilings to give a bold interplay of dark and light. I often say this was my favorite project because the client was heavily involved in the selection process and very open to different ideas which made it fun for me.
From where do you draw most of your inspiration?
Inspiration can come from many places. From traveling to different countries and places to walking around my own neighborhood. But sometimes my inspiration comes from designs from the past which inspires me to create something new.