Accessories can fill a space and make it feel cozy.
Rendering of a job in Spring Hill 2019
Actual end result of previous rendering. Love the herringbone pattern.
Having an outdoor space makes life a little easier!
This was simply a freshening up of paint. We used Benjamin Moore Winds Breath to get this light cheery feeling.
New metallic Balsa wood framed prints help modernize the space.
This job was a cabinet paint job using Royal Taupe and a black glaze. The originals were a pickled red oak.
Kitchen cabinets were painted Royal Taupe and added under cabinet lighting.
Examples of a board with renderings for an industrial space.
Board done with classmates in college for the KC Symphony Designer Showhouse 2017.
Picture of actual completed home owners office space.
My partners in crime for the Showhouse! Kim Siever-Becknal, Angela Hines and Maddy Ferguson.
Rendering is a fun way to imagine your space
Spring Hill Bath completed early 2020. Home owner did all the work and a great job at that!
The navy subway tile pulls in the lighter blue in the flooring of this modern farmhouse style guest bath.
High end Island Stone Rustics II tile used on fireplace and Sonoma glass tile in Vihara Ehex for floor hearth.
Before and After. Client wanted darker paint on the garage doors, trim and front door and a lighter creamy color for the base. Quite a difference and a beautiful home update.
Beautiful update from drab brown to a lighter fresher palette. We matched the new garage door color to the front door, pillars and keys above the windows. The trim is a few shades lighter than the base.
A mediterrancean speak easy feeling. Bar area is functional and beautiful.
Enter the wine cellar. We reallocated the beautiful sconce from the bar area.
The new custom wood ceiling and lighting from RH really adds depth to the design.
My client fell in love with the Picasso stone for the bar wall and in the kitchen we used a bronze metal beveled subway.