Julie Laughton Design Build Solutions Laguna Beach

Julie Laughton provides you with a Custom Home Design Build Service with over 25 years of experience working in the Newport Beach, Laguna Beach and other surrounding coastal areas. Because Julie has such great ability to draw the dreams of her clients, she is able to let them see exactly what the finished work looks like before the project even begins. Whether you are looking to do a whole house remodel, new construction build, kitchen remodel, bathroom remodel, or addition, you will find that the best option for choosing a home designer is going to be Julie Laughton in Laguna Beach. As Julie has distinguished herself as a premier custom home builder over the years, she smoothly leads clients all the way from start to finish, and is the natural selection when building in areas like Balboa Peninsula, Corona Del Mar, and Newport Beach. Julie Laughton Laguna Beach is a reliable option when remodeling and designing.

With extreme attention to detail, high-energy and just a genuine nature that enables her to create a warm and inviting space that is a perfect match for clients’ lifestyle and sensibilities, Julie takes pride and pleasure of her quality work as a home designer.

Graduating from Iowa State University in 1985, Julie moved to New York City where she spent 7 years working for two different architecture firms, serving as the Senior Designer at an Interior Design Firm. Clients won by Julie in New York City include Weinburg Law Offices, Rizzo Law Offices, David Webb Jewelry on Park Avenue, Citibank’s Park Avenue Corporate Offices, and Bank of America’s 5th Avenue Corporate Offices, Julie quickly became one of the most reputable designers in New York city. Collaborating with the Top 5 developers in Manhattan to build many of New York’s 40-story high-rise luxury condos with developers like Philip and Cheryl Milstein, Zeckendorf Development, and Landau Development, Julie left NYC in 1991 to move her work to Laguna Beach, California, falling in love with homes built in the early 1900’s.

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