This kitchen at first glance was pretty nice – quality wood cabinets and already updated with granite countertops. You almost don’t notice that the cabinets go straight across the gas stove – only 18″ inches above the open flame burners. Definitely not a safe distance for cooking – nor built to code. With the recentContinue reading “Kitchen Redesign – Correcting Dated & Dangerous Design”
This kitchen was big on space – however it was wide open space that was under utilized. The entire back was open. The homeowner previously had a small kitchen table just beyond the peninsula, but we had other ideas as there was also open space at the other end of the kitchen. We decided toContinue reading “Kitchen Redesign – Adding Storage & Style”
I’ve been very into using classic artwork in new ways. Using vintage doors, windows and architectural pieces layered with wreaths, greenery and art as wall decor opens so many styling opportunities. I had a print of a 1920’s Maxfield Parish piece that I loved put onto canvas. Layering it over a pair of antiqueContinue reading “Interior Style… Layering with Vintage Art”
So excited to get to work on this 70’s colonial. This house has great bones, a huge kitchen and a fantastic backyard… just needs a bit of updating to make it feel like home. Since the first thing you see when you walk in the door is the dining room, so that was the firstContinue reading “70’s Colonial Redesign – Dining Room”
The main objective with the redesign/staging of this dining room was to lighten and freshen the space while working with the furniture that was already there. The first order of business was selecting a new color palette of taupe for the walls, a pale blue for the ceiling and crisp white trim. Replacing the ceilingContinue reading “Dining Room Redesign”
The standard office and modular office furniture in many office buildings tends to be a bit bland and generic. When you consider the fact that you spend 8 hours or more of your day in this environment, you want to make it a place you are happy to be in. By adding a few personalContinue reading “Interior Style… Easy Office Updates”
This charming village home, now owned by a lovely family, wanted a pop of bright holiday color for their historic carriage house. I was thrilled to take the job as this home has special meaning for me>.. my mother-in-law, who recently passed, owned and loved this home for over 30 years. Accents in lime greenContinue reading “Exterior Style – Holiday Color for a Village Carriage House”
The entryway is the first impression of a home and a space that should be warm and welcoming. This entryway and staircase were ready for an update and redesign. Removing the wall to wall carpet, adding a runner and fresh new color on the walls was the answer.