Eat-in kitchens should be charming and inviting.
Get some texture in the room through pattern and finishes.
Ok, I didn't design this guy, but isn't he something? He lives at the NC Zoo.
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A graphic piece of art enlivens the space and the framed artwork by a child will brighten every meal.
Foyers can be welcoming and calm.
This was a large brick wall with only a mantel on top of the firebox and wood box. We added the surround and sheet rock to give it an update.
Family heirlooms belong on display.
Elegant finishes that provide sparkle and texture.
Don't ever be afraid of color!
A cozy room where lots of people can sit and relax.
I love to design built-ins. They are the miracle workers in a busy home.
More built-ins, custom designed to meet the needs of the client. There are a LOT of toys behind those cabinet doors. A place for everything.
An oak built in shelving unit with plenty of storage.
Not exactly a built in, but a new closet space, configured to provide more options for easier storage.
Travertine tile with glass tile accents and a lovely polished granite top.
This is a nice mix of feminine and masculine finishes in a beautiful bathroom.
Just choosing something that fits in the space can be a challenge, but what we found for this kitchen worked out so well--like a seat in a favorite coffee shop! Keep it simple.
This is not a spectacular room, but it's exactly what the client wanted and needed--he can entertain, watch TV, study or review paperwork. Think about what you want AND what you need. You can have both!
This is my kitchen. Old, painted cabinets mixed with a few contemporary touches. I love being in this room.
Pretty brown silk toile drapes on a short rod.
Ok, this shot obviously wasn't staged in any way, but I had to include it because it shows you that you can put some cabinetry in the low part of a pitched ceiling to stash toys in a bonus room. Excellent use of space--took up NO interior floorspace!
A comfortable, contemporary bedroom.