Rising Designers: Kyle Shuneman — Room Wringer Makes The Most Of Mini

Posted on November 07, 2012 by Priscilla Lozano | 0 Comments

How do you expand a pocket- sized home? Ask Kyle Schuneman. Innovative small space developer.

The Los Angeles-based 27 year old is a design phenom. As founder of Live Well Design, Kyle fuels business through triple talent: interior design, prop styling, and art directing.

Kyle Shuneman — Room Wringer Makes The Most Of Min

Featured in Los Angeles Magazine's Tastemaker, House Beautiful’s New Wave of 20 Designers, and Refinery 29’s L.A. 30 under 30 list, Kyle is on the rise.

He has contributed to advertising campaigns for prominent clients such as Target, Cost Plus World Market, Howard Miller Furniture, and The Beverly Hills Hotel.

Swaying between print and television, he offers style advice on NBC, HGTV and TBS. Credit to his production design studies at The Los Angeles Film School, he creates multi purpose stage sets and home interiors.

Box Spring Chandelier by Kyle Schuneman Box Spring Chandelier featured in Kyle Schuneman's
The First Apartment Book: Cool Design for Small Spaces book.

Kyle frequently shares decorating techniques with Real Simple Magazine readers. In the Organizing and Storage Solutions for Your Kids’ Clutter article, Kyle creates colorful paint frames for a growing child art collection. Paint on, youngsters!

Recently finishing a showcase collaboration in Santa Monica’s House of Rock, Kyle adeptly designed the Timothy Oulton American Door Locker guest room.

Now, the young powerhouse introduces innovative solutions to miniature spaced challenges in his first book, The First Apartment Book: Cool Design for Small Spaces. In addition to client personality room themes, the handbook contains 30 DIY projects. Dislike books collecting dust? The Vintage Book Planter revives rusty pages into a functional succulent holder. Paper gardening at its greenest.

He’s is a room wringer — extracting useful materials and guiding dwellers how to embrace the rest. Thanks Kyle!

See more of his work at http://www.kyleschuneman.com.

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