Tuesday, August 11, 2015

In the kitch...

I've been immersed in a kitchen design this morning! I've been wrapping up the final details and emailing with the client and contractor. I've mentioned in the past that one of my favorite parts of being a designer is transforming something dated and non-functional into something efficient and gorgeous! Here's a peek at two kitchens I'm loving! Clean, bright and airy spaces with unique details are on my radar. 


The stove, graphic floor tiles (I have a client using these on a project), built in cabinetry and clean white walls are what I'm drawn to in this space.
The built in quality and unexpected mix of finishes make this kitchen inviting and unique. The design is by Jessica Helgerson.


Kitchen two is very California cool. I'm due for a trip out West. My personal and favorite style is one that mixes classic details (think elements of chippendale/chinoiserie + vintage + emerald velvet) with modern influences (think brass, clean lined furniture and white paint). It is sort of an East coast meets West coast approach.

 I am loving how fresh and bright this space looks. The bar stools, light fixture, marble counter tops and black steel windows are right up my alley...;) Images via My Domaine.

Be sure to hop over to Marcia Maizel-Clarke's jewerly site Dogeared. (I think I need one of these gold dipped necklaces) Marcia collaborated with her friend Maggie Pierson on this killer design.


Images Animated Gif said...

A beautiful week with many achievements!

Corbin Page said...

Love this black kitchen with white marble and the tiled floor!! Amazing! We are about to renovate our kitchen and love the inspiration.

Blue Door Living

NotesFromAbroad said...

That window seat. Now that is fabulous. For lolling while reading the cookbook , for the children to do homework , play , husband to sit and watch and offer advice :)

pinkcamellias said...

Both of these kitchens are gorgeous - kind of a yin and yang of color and style. It's so nice that these designers had clients who were willing to take risks like the cement tile on the floor.

homestylin101 said...

Julie, I love what you did with these two very different kitchens. Big Fan!
@homestylin101 #nextroundremodeling


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