Wednesday, November 22, 2017

A kitchen to Be Thankful For

Sometimes we get a call from clients who start a project with the best of design intentions, then simply run out of steam. Let's face it, shockingly, interior design isn't as simple as it looks on HGTV and Pinterest
This kitchen belongs to our clients in Davie, Florida whose laundry room and guest bathroom we revealed last week. 

The floors were great. Ditto the soft grey paint color and like a lot of clients this year, they'd decided on white cabinets with a blue island. A white farm sink and gold hardware were also some great finishing touches. 

But they clearly needed more so we hatched this plan to finally make this kitchen the star we knew it could be. 

Nothing much left to say. We'll let the photos speak for themselves. 

Subway tile in a herringbone pattern for the win. Except when we found some uneven walls but let's not rehash that memory :(
You can see some behind the scenes installation pics here and here

A prep sink is always a good idea when you can squeeze one in, especially for busy holidays like Thanksgiving. Pairing with a gold faucet is just icing on the cake.

Over the sink lighting and floating shelves? Yes, please. And our client installed it himself. Ditto those shelves. 

And please don't be afraid to mix metals. The main sink faucet is a stainless steal and looks just fine when paired with the surrounding gold finishes. 

We painted a playful chalkboard wall along the walkway to the kitchen.
PS - they have some talented artistic kids because that wall is very

And we created a comfy, family friendly and high styling breakfast nook - no easy feat! The lesson here is it's never too late to ask for design help. Well, sometimes it is, but we're thankful they called us just in time. 
Have a great Thanksgiving Day everyone. 

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