Celebrity go-to Mike Valles was recently named lead interior designer for Alta Verde Group and their three new projects located in the deserts of California.
With an unmistakable knack for cosmopolitan decor - Valles has designed homes for Hollywood's mega celebrities including Beyoncé and Tyler Perry. While it may be just a fantasy to live in a nesting worth millions- some Palm Springs residents will have the opportunity to make their dreams come true by owning a unique slice of luxury housing personally designed by Valles.
One of the most recent projects for the sought after designer was creating the interior concept for Alta Verde Group’s three desert developments including Escena Golf Resort in Palm Springs, Monte Sereno in the South Palm Canyon neighborhood of Palm Springs, and Coral Mountain in La Quinta. Valles will be selecting the base pallets, upgrades and all model furnishings for each unit.
“Our discerning homeowners demand a certain level of design that is unique,” Alta Verde Group’s CEO Andrew Adler said in a recent press release. “Design truly matters to us, and we chose to work with Mike and Interior Illusions because we believe they exemplify the modern design ethic better than any other firm we’ve worked with in Southern California.”
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Valles contemporary skills have been recognized by Elle Décor, Luxe Magazine , Bravo’s Million Dollar Decorator and Jeff Lewis’ Flipping Out. With a thriving reputation - Valles has established his flagship store in West Hollywood with additional furniture and home décor stores in Palm Springs, Santa Monica, and a Pop-Up Boutique in Beverly Hills.
“I’m proud to say that our business has become a shopping destination for Hollywood celebrities and L.A.’s A-list crowd. We’re excited about this terrific opportunity to partner with Alta Verde and provide their buyers with a turn-key service and a custom designed home with a high level of sophistication and elegance,” Valles said.
Alta Verde homes focus on the indoor/outdoor connection and are pre-set for solar use, with flat-roof designs, car-charging electrical wiring as well as other energy-efficient designs.
The three upscale communities destined to change the face of desert living will begin construction this summer.
Edited by Tara Johnson