Thursday, December 20, 2012
Back to my can of worms:)
Just in time for the holidays, we are feeling settled in our new home.
As you read a few weeks ago in another post
(check here for original drawings and plans),
I had an
awesome idea to gut the entire kitchen during one of
our busiest months of work!
Soooo.... I became YOU and lived through this remodel!
Again, like YOU, it was well worth it!
We can't be more pleased with the outcome!
If any of you are house hunting, you know to look beyond the green tile and white
formica of the possibilities that await (if you can't see it... I can!)
Keep reading to view the progress pics and all the details!
Calcutta marble harlequin backsplash
(I have a thing for diamonds:) and subtle granite selected
The downdraft was relocated in order to create
the large gathering island and a suite of new stainless
appliances were added.
I repurposed window treatments from my previous home...
(with a tweak or two)
My FAVORITE part are the upper cabinets.
I've put them in a few clients homes, but I had to have
them too. Now- to leave them empty or fill them???
Shaker style cabinet doors, modern hardware and
I FORGOT... new hardwood floors
The biggest change of all was the removal of the wall between
the kitchen and family room. We created arches for cohesion with
the existing arch ways in dining/living rooms.
A palette of White is what I wanted:
Clean, fresh and calming
Where did I start?
Thank you to all my contractors, vendors, friends and kiddos for
making this happen (and the patience). Sometimes working
on a designer's house can be challenging... we know
what we want!!!
Call us if you want one of these too:)
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The award-winning entrepreneur creates gorgeous interiors that also offer livable-style. Traci says: “What good is a luxurious home if you can’t actually live in it?” That philosophy drives her to provide high-end interior design that really lasts for every one of her clients.
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