Out with the old and in with the new! Carolyn's bathroom renovation includes stunning new tile, updated vanity and lighting fixtures, and a few finishing touches to complete the look. Watch out Carolyn, your guests may never leave!
Maribeth asked for a sophisticated retreat with a hint of glamour. Lovely textures, mixed metals, and luxurious textiles bring elegance and comfort to create master bedroom oasis.
Katie needed a little help with the finishing touches in her living room. New pillows introduce bold pops of color and pattern, while streamlined accessories for the mantel and console table create visual interest without overwhelming the space.
Beth was off to a fabulous start in her dining room with gorgeous Thibaut wallpaper, a classic blue console, and white lacquer mirror. We added additional art to balance the length of the console and symmetrical accessories allow the wall decor and wallpaper to shine.
Tiffany was stuck with a big, blank wall in her living room. We added clean, geometric lines and oversized, statement artwork to her existing console table for a stunning focal point.
Meaghan is drawn to neutrals, but wanted to spice things up with subtle color and fresh accessories in her living room. Soft color & a touch of black adds contrast to the fireplace, while whites & metallics pop against the dark bookcase.
Laura's patio had loads of potential, but she was at a loss for dealing with the long, narrow space. Her designer divided the patio into functional "zones" to make the most of her space. Monochromatic colors and natural textures pair nicely with the brick wall and gorgeous black windows.
Jenny had a statement mirror she loved, but not much else. A gold studded console table, jute rug, cylindrical wood lamps, and a maidenhair fern introduce more natural texture and WOW factor!
Liz wanted a casual and comfortable space for outdoor lounging and entertaining on her new patio. Her designer, Jenna, chose neutral wood furniture with accents of cream and navy that will flow with her adjoining screened porch.
Ginger's kitchen and dining area is getting a major overhaul. Goodbye 1990s, hello farmhouse chic! Talk about a total transformation. Can we move in?
Carolyn wanted to completely revamp her traditional space ditching the old reds and golds in favor of a lighter, more transitional scheme. What a transformation!
Melissa was off to a great start in her new home, but needed some help with the finishing touches. A new ottoman, fresh accessories, and eye catching artwork create a classic, current, and cohesive feel for her space.
Wendy wanted to re-do her living room with a design that would feel comfortable and relaxing. Soft color, tranquil artwork, rustic wood finishes, and touches of greenery reflect her love of the outdoors and create the cozy but beautiful space she dreamed of.
Lauren felt cramped in her small living room. We added texture, pattern, and pops of blue for an open, airy feel to compliment her neutral furniture.
Jana wanted to introduce cooler colors and a "fixer-upper' feel in her living room. A blend of contemporary and rustic will accomplish her modern farmhouse design goals.
Aja couldn't seem to find the right pillows for her taupe sofa. We pulled in the navy from her rug and window treatments with a unique mix of pattern and color.
Fresh paint, layered bedding, statement lamps, and textured ottomans dial up the drama!
Erica needed help corralling the toys and pulling together a comfortable, stylish space appropriate for kids & adults.
Whitney's family of 5 needed a functional breakfast space that would also reflect her fun, contemporary style. Designer Lauren created a cool mix of texture with acrylic chairs, a reclaimed wood table, and a statement chandelier for visual interest. The white console and colorful accessories make her green paint feel fresh and intentional.
Jen wanted clean and sophisticated stools for her kitchen island. The nailhead trim adds a refined touch, while the darker colors keep the kitchen kid-friendly.