These clients are great friends of mine, so I really wanted to help them make their remodel special. They recently purchased an historic Craftsman style home in the Claremont Village that required a complete remodel. The kitchen was an area that I helped out the most. It is set in a part of the house that doesn’t get a lot of natural light, so I wanted to keep it light and airy. I didn’t want to do an all white kitchen, so we opted for two tone cabinets, which I absolutely love! You can check out here if you are interested in getting two tone cabinets for your house. We had them custom made and stained a neutral medium brown. There was an empty space under the stairs that I turned into a “secret” walk-in pantry, which is completely nondescript when the doors are closed. The counters are Praa Sands from Cambria, the Roman Shade was custom made from fabric found at the LA fabric district and the back splash is an arrangement of glass subway tiles.
I’ve been waiting patiently for a client to come along with a powder room that I could wallpaper! Thankfully, these clients are great friends of mine and they gave me carte blanche. They recently purchased an historic Craftsman style home in the Claremont Village that required a complete remodel. I had free reign in the powder room so I used an Artistic Tile mosaic on the floor, Oiseaux et Fleurs wallpaper from Schumacher, an iron base sink & a Venetian mirror from Wisteria.
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