KITCHEN GOALS: Recent project 🔹 Kitchen great room gut renovation with custom finish cabinetry and contrasting navy island for this beautiful waterfront home. Swipe for before ➡️ & click link in bio for story
This bathroom. Our client wanted something serene for their waterfront master bath so we paired a custom gray vienna glaze on the cabinetry and added texture with different sizes and shapes in the matte tile. The small glass border tile on the floor gave it just enough shimmer
Sneak peek coastal bath textured floor loveliness
This moment etched in my brain forever...standing in a field of millions of tulips on a trip to Amsterdam with my best friend celebrating our birthdays 🧡
Thank you @mrdrewscott for featuring my room and for the awesome opportunity to partner with your incredible new venture, Casaza! And Hello Weekend!
What happens in Vegas....gets plastered all over social media! Non stop laughs, learning & sourcing at KBIS
Being environmentally responsible is super important to me, especially in a business where so many products I specify are derived from our natural resources. Clients who order a kitchen with 14 or more cabinets get a tree of their choice indigenous to their area sent to them, or if they prefer 10 trees are planted in the national forest in their name. Since 1990 25k trees have been planted through this program! I wonder what trees these 4 clients will choose?
Sneak peak at a recent waterfront project and some really beautiful custom swivel counter stools accenting the veining in the quartz and navy blue island. We used Teflon fabric for this adorable family with 3 small children and oversized nails for a little pop. More photos to come after window treatment install.
Channeling Joanna! Found this awesome natural teak dresser to retrofit as a vanity in our new rustic/modern bathroom but did not want to be tortured with water marks so am applying tung oil (what they use on boats) to protect the surface. Super easy - brush on and wipe off. I’ll do 2 coats with light sanding between. The finish is going to be a little darker and richer than the original but will save my sanity!
When every inch counts in a small kitchen, the toe kick is the perfect spot. We added these throughout this tiny kitchen maximizing an area often overlooked.