We are so excited to post this project that we finished up last fall. Working on this project was a breath of fresh air, as our client, an artisan herself, has a love for color and bold patterns. We were able to design her space using materials that we don't get to work with everyday. Take a look!

This is the living room right off the entry. We designed the fireplace to be a more contemporary mantle with a Carerra tile surround and a gray wood paneling. Flanking the fireplace are 2 clean lined, white bookcases with sleek gold knobs. The furniture in this space is more neutral and subtle, letting the accent chair and the pillows take center stage.

The big windows in this room give off amazing natural light that really illuminates the space and makes it feel bright and cheery. It also makes getting the perfect photo of this room really tricky! Don't you love the pops of pink and purple in this space? I typically don't go right to those colors as my accents, but I am so glad we did!

This little kitchenette is in the basement just off the great room. We designed this space to be a little nook, separate from the rest of the basement. Dividing the kitchen and the great room are two half walls with columns. A built in bench nestles up to the half wall creating a cute little banquette. 

The tangerine tile backsplash in the kitchen really sets it apart. The 2x8 size is a fun backsplash size, and the color really makes this space pop. The tile is really fun paired with the butcher block countertop. The contrast of the black iron knobs against the white cabinets really give great contrast to the space.

This is one of our favorite bathrooms. It is so clean and contemporary, all the detail comes in the tile shapes and patterns rather than the color. We used a 3x6 glass tile for the tub/shower, and a white tile on the floor and vanity backsplash. 

This little powder bath took on quite the personality. With it's soft lavender paint, the hex tiles on the floor, and the gold fixtures, this powder room stands out as fun and fresh. We love the way the sink and the cabinetry work together in an untraditional way.

The kids playroom turned out so fun. This was an awkward little nook in the basement that really had no function in the hallway, so what better way to use the space than a kids playroom? The door was custom designed and our railing was painted a fun turquoise! 

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