I‘ve been meaning to share this dramatic transformation for a few weeks now. Alli and I met these amazing clients last Fall and fell in love with them and their sprawling Frisco home. They called on us to remodel their kitchen and to decorate their Living Room and Dining Room….so in an effort to prolong the drama, I’ll be blogging about each room individually over the next week or two. You’re welcome
Let’s start with the kitchen, shall we?
When our sweet client (and long time blog follower) contacted us last Fall, she was more than eager to trade in her 1950’s “pepto pink” master bath for a brighter and cleaner retreat. She craved a crisp, spa-like color palette and a feeling of feminine sophistication. (ummm, yes please!)
As soon as I saw the bathroom, I was stunned. It was pink. I mean evvvvverything was pink. Pink floors, pink walls, pink countertops. Floor to ceiling, wall to wall, PINK!
Remember me?! 2015 is CRAY-Z! In the best way possible! But the blog has unfortunately taken a back seat to all of our projects. For more frequent updates, follow us on Facebook!
Anyways, just wanted to pop in to show you one of our latest projects… Our client lives in a newer suburban home with the quintessential dark cabinets, tumbled stone back splash and granite countertops. There is absolutely nothing wrong with any of those things, of course, but it just wasn’t meshing with her style. She and her husband wanted something fresh and bright with a pop of fun color that would tie in with the rest of their house, which is, by the way, literally dripping in vibrant shades of reds, golds and turquoise. Love!
Here is the kitchen before the remodel….
Happy New Year everyone! 2015 is here and we couldn’t be more excited to see what this year has in store for us! We are only a few days in and we already have some incredible projects lined up, and of course we plan to keep you updated on all of them!
Many of you have asked to see more of the 1970’s Minibar Make Over post from a couple of months ago, and we are finally ready to reveal the project in its entirety!