Designing Trio at Le Réve
Three women came together in 2010 to form the partnership that became Le Réve Interior Design. The design partners, Becky Schultz, Gina Rasler, and Hannah Cramer had previously worked at a combination of Santa Cruz, Carmel, Napa and Bay Area interior design and architectural firms on commercial projects, hospitality, healthcare, and corporate projects as well as residential custom builds and remodels. Schultz and Cramer have
degrees in Interior Design from California State Colleges and have been affiliated with ASID. Their full-service showroom is in the Benicia Arsenal.
Le Réve Design & Associates
946 Tyler Street, Suite E
Pam Hughes studied Dramatic Art and Dance at U.C. Berkeley. After receiving the Eisner Award in Dance, she continued performing and choreographing for Bay Area companies. Hughes married her husband, Tom, and
settled down in Benicia to raise a family. Eventually, she went back to school to study design at the U.C. Berkeley Extension in San Francisco. Hughes specializes in creating uniquely beautiful gardens as well as interiors. She feels that good design should tell a story about the inhabitants. For inspiration, Hughes looks to nature for that perfect balance and harmony that mother nature creates.
Pam Hughes Design
Michael Trahan Interior Design
Michael Trahan’s passion for design became evident before high school, working in his family design and construction business. After studying interior design and graduating from the University of Louisiana, Michael specialized in custom homes and gained extensive experience in commercial, hospitality, staging and model home merchandising. Michael is a Certified Interior Designer and member of the Color Marketing Group— an international organization whose members forecast color direction, as well as the National Home Builders Association and the Benicia Chamber of Commerce. His firm has been awarded numerous local, state and national awards for design and merchandising.
Michael Trahan, LLC
Commercial & Residential Interior Design