Features, Quotes & Editorials
Palm Springs Life Features, April 2019
Moya Living will be showcasing our work at the upcoming West Edge Design Fair in October 2019
“KBC is the first showroom in the country to showcase Moya Living. Moya Living is building furniture that will last through your grandchildren’s generation, due to its durability and aesthetic— musing on the past while paying homage to the contemporary flare of the present and future.”
KBC by Benjamin Sullivan
"Conversely, Moya Living steel cabinetry and furniture is welded and does not use formaldehyde-laden glues, enabling clean indoor air quality."
— Hotel Business Magazine, August, 2016
"Taking quirky to the next level, this is a California mansion with the soul of an abstract artist.”
— The Today Show, april 22, 2016
"Moya Living is changing the story on steel’s relevance for home and hospitality use by creating beautiful, make-to-order pieces for kitchen and bath that unite function with expert craftsmanship and innovative designs to suit aesthetics ranging from relaxed to refined."
— Beverly Hills Magazine, August 31, 2016
Moya Living was featured as one of 16 Kitchen Cabinet Options to improve on design and functionality. Showcasing Moya Living's talent in Glass Front Cabinetry.
— Cabinet design, june 23, 2016
Laguna Beach Magazine, July 03, 2015
"What we find so special about this english manor style home is the interiors. The owner put quite a lot of thought and effort behind the design and the outcome is beautiful. It’s an ecclectic mix of color, texture and finishes. The creativy spreads across virtually every space in every room."
—Open House TV, May 9th 2016
"Like telling an artist to paint with wild abandon, a designer will freely renovate her own home with her style, background and instincts. Elvira Kud, the owner of Beverly Hills, Calif.-based Style Life Décor, did just this with a complete redesign of her own home in Newport Beach, Calif.”
— Kitchen bath & business, july 8th, 2016
"Dramatic Modernist details, warm materials and cool finishes transform a Colorado mountain home from rustic to retro chic."