Meet our Costa Mesa Designers
At C.S. Wo & Sons, we understand that a beautiful home is so much more than beautiful furniture. Since 1909, our expert design team has masterfully drawn on texture, color, and yes, beautiful furniture, to create inspiring rooms and homes that speak to your lifestyle, vision, and personal style. We start by getting to know you, your home, and your needs, then work with you to bring your dream to life. Whether you’d like to recreate the look of a room that inspired you, or you’re looking for complete guidance from start to finish, we’ll help translate your vision into a beautiful reality.
Larry has an extensive and varied background in management; he brings with him over 40 years of experience in areas such as production, manufacturing, warehousing, distribution, wholesale, and retail and operations. He has been with C. S. Wo & Sons for 25 years. In his spare time, Larry enjoys the great outdoors through travel, golfing, and fishing, and loves spending quality time with his family.
I promise to create a shopping experience that is memorable as well as enjoyable for all of our customers, while meeting and exceeding their expectations.
Yves is a graduate of F.I.D.M. (Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising) with an associate degree in Interior Design. His background includes 35 years of running a high-end custom bedding work room and 6 years of working at a fabric house. Yves' interests include fabrics, colors, textiles, painting, and dancing.
Design is only great when it truly reflects my clients and makes them happy.
Lisa specializes in providing design concepts to each client, which include design direction, concept boards, spaceplanning, furniture and fixture selection and color schemes for both residential and commercial projects.
Creative expression is one of the most important factors in Interior Design. A space needs to be not only aesthetically pleasing but also functional and comfortable.
Andrew started at a community newspaper in the art department laying out ads for local businesses. Then moved into the sales side of advertising which helped me learn a great deal about business. My experience in graphic design was helpful to create effective ad campaigns for my clients. As business grew, my clients consisted mostly of home design businesses, which I enjoyed greatly.\
Great design is difficult to describe...I often feel some kind of emotion when I see it. But you know when you like it. Also, finding ways to integrate a personal touch, such as an old family heirloom or an antique, also adds some flavor.