Copper is often thought of as an industrial material. But with its eye-catching, shiny surface, copper works well in both modern and more traditional kitchen spaces. It comes in a number of finishes, making it a design-flexible material perfect for use in styles ranging from mid-century modern to farmhouse, traditional and even rustic.
The kitchen is the heart of your home and the table is where memories are made. I have so many wonderful stories with friends and family that took place around my table over shared meals, so kitchens are a very special place for me.
Whether you’re cooking dinner for the family, hosting your friends or enjoying a date night, your kitchen should be inviting, beautiful and of course functional. Today I’m diving into my favorite things about this stunning modern kitchen. It gives off some serious industrial vibes, while maintaining a fresh and inviting feel.
Gone are the days of gas stove tops and ovens and fridges with basic functions. Whether it’s in your car, on your wrist or in your home, technology is everywhere these days helping to make your life easier and more manageable. And your kitchen is no exception.
When it comes to remodeling projects, its a process and takes some time for them to really take off. There are tons of different pieces that you have to get started, but then all of a sudden…wow! Things start coming together and it feels like the project has shifted into hyperspeed. There has been a lot going on since our last update and now we’re really starting to get into the fun stuff!
One of my favorite parts of remodeling or revamping a space for a client (or myself!) is choosing the materials we will use for surfaces like countertops, flooring, backsplashes and more. When you find the right one, you just know, and it truly makes the biggest difference in the overall look and feel of a room. It can easily elevate a lackluster kitchen into a sleek, modern space for entertaining, and some of our most stunning bathroom renovations include a complete tile overhaul.
So, here is just a little sneak peek into the resources we – and many other design firms in HTX – tap when we’re tackling a project that requires detailed tile and stone designs. There are a handful of expert partners here in Houston that we rely on to help us make our clients’ interiors stellar. Keep reading to learn more about our favorite Houston spots for sourcing the mind-blowing materials we use to give our designs a WOW factor.
Spring is officially here – lush flowers blossoming everywhere you look, people sporting festive shamrocks to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day and everyone spending more time outdoors in the beautiful, warm weather. What better way to inject a little spring into your home than with some eye-catching pops of green?
This year’s Pantone Color of the Year is a stimulating and refreshing tone, and is also symbolic of new beginnings. Because of its versatile nature, it’s easy to introduce green into modern or conventional homes. There’s just something about a beautiful mint tone that can relax you, an unexpected shade of jade to lift your spirits, or an indulgent display of teal to put an eclectic spin on a traditional space.
Want to start small? Reach for an emerald vase or introduce a sage-colored throw pillow. Feeling a little more adventurous? Go on and tackle that olive-green accent wall you’ve been dreaming of!
No matter your mood, here are some tips for how to freshen up several different spaces in your home this spring using various lustrous shades of green.
A few of you have mentioned how much you love to see “before and after’s”, so we’ve decided to introduce an awesome kitchen renovation we recently completed! Our Longmont Residence had a really great foundation: newer appliances, countertops, and backsplash, but needed to be fully brought up to date.
We are really starting to feel comfortable in our new office. This week we’re especially excited to see the kitchen finally coming to a completion! Our kitchen is a breath of fresh air compared to the previous one. It has so much more storage and better quality appliances. On top of all this, we are so lucky to have Silestone by Consentino countertops installed as well!
Your kitchen is the heart of your home. It houses good cooking, great friends, and simple coffee sipping alike. It’s one of the most utilized rooms in the house and is also one of the most difficult to maintain. Don’t find yourself in a cluttered and crazy kitchen. Get organized and spice it up!
Last week we got a glimpse of what individual pieces are making waves in the interior design world, but what about the big picture? Let’s take a step back and see what’s predicted to happen on a larger scale.