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  • Guest bedroom with Coffee Bar, Guest room cool blue and green colors pool view, Bedrooms Design

    Guest bedroom with Co...

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  • DIY Coffee Bar, Using an antique window frame and counter height table, my husband and I created an adorable shabby chic coffee bar.  It is the perfect place for our Keurig, K-Cups, coffee mugs, etc.  , Kitchens Design

    DIY Coffee Bar

    3 photos, 622 Views, Flag

  • Brothel to British Colonial, When we moved into our new Phoenix home our old master's decor didn't quite fit.  With the help of ideas taken from HGTV we have made this attempt at "British Colonial".  Suggestions welcome., Bedrooms Design

    Brothel to British Co...

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  • coffee bar that's a snooze, The coffee bar area is at the end of the end of a long, awkward, purple kitchen.  The coffee bar does not function well for us - no matter what we've tried in that space.  Would like something sleek, built into the wall, like a coffee bar!  The kitchen is really odd!  A strange storage closet at one end that in nearly inaccessbile (except if you're a kid and want a place to hide!), Kitchens Design

    coffee bar that's a sno...

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  • Coffee bar, this took about 6 hours from painting the wall staining the wood and decorating. , Kitchens Design

    Coffee bar

    2 photos, 615 Views, Flag

  • Small Kitchen, Old wooden cabinets were papered and painted. Took doors off two cabinets to open them up
, Kitchens Design

    Small Kitchen

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  • My new masterbath (spa), Here are some pictures of our new bathroom.  Still need a few more decorations but we love the new space., Bathrooms Design

    My new masterbath (sp...

    4 photos, 3,160 Views, Flag

  • White kitchen, I love this kitchen as it is really where we spend all our time.  It is great for entertaining and has lots of storage space., Kitchens Design

    White kitchen

    9 photos, 3,439 Views, Flag

  • Corporate Office Upgraded to First Class, First Class Upgrade- Commercial space exhibits a sophisticated, eclectic mix of styles and forms geared for visual comfort and business function.  

I transformed this lack luster commercial space into a fabulous office for my clients. They wanted something understated, yet nice and comfortable. One principal had very traditional taste and the other far more modern. I found the best of both worlds through the use of luxe, natural materials and rich elements such as - exotic woods, Italian blown glass, original art, high quality leathers, wool and silk rugs, the placement of natural curiosities- such as coral, and other treasures from the sea. I also used several residential resources to add a bit of homey comfort so that it was not a sterile environment which sometimes is the case with commercial spaces. I think this space speaks to the personality of the owners and is a place they can be proud to welcome their clients. I loved the challenge of doing a commercial space and all that is required- such as following code and working with commercial contractors. All of the materials used are commercial grade- and will stand the test of time.
, Other Spaces Design

    Corporate Office Upgr...

    9 photos, 844 Views, Flag

  • Kitchenette / Coffee Bar, Lower level Kitchenette / Bar with solid cherry cabinets solid surface counter kohler undermount D-Bowl sink oil rubbed bronze faucet & hardware Kitchen Aid stainless steel fridge & dishwasher travertine look ceramic tile layed in brick patterns and mosaic center piece., Basements Design

    Kitchenette / Coffee ...

    5 photos, 7,788 Views, Flag

  • Kitchen on the bay, Four years after moving into our dream "wreck" of a home on the water in Baldwin Harbor, New York, we were finally ready to reno the kitchen. Best new features: the window seat to accommodate 8 people, or the occasional cat!, Kitchens Design

    Kitchen on the bay

    10 photos, 495 Views, Flag

  • Our WOW Kitchen was designed by Jay Smith, cabinetry by Phil Dunn, and Product selections by Rita Anderson, all in Gloucester Va. , We wanted a contemporary, calm, slightly Asian, kitchen, with a little WOW factor., Kitchens Design

    Our WOW Kitchen was...

    17 photos, 1,612 Views, Flag

  • Buhbye Sea of Oakiness :), Our 14 year old worn and yellowed but structurally sound oak cabinets got a facelift. The space feels larger and much, much brighter! We used rustoleum kitchen transformations in linen, unglazed and espresso, glazed. The project took us 8 weeks. Still have floor to do but so happy the cabinets are done!, Kitchens Design

    Buhbye Sea of Oakines...

    10 photos, 14,878 Views, Flag

  • Great room, Kitchens Design

    Great room

    8 photos, 630 Views, Flag

  • White kitchen face lift, refaced my kitchen cabinets!, Kitchens Design

    White kitchen face lif...

    9 photos, 1,102 Views, Flag

  • Our newest space!, Our home is an old farmhouse that we have been remodeling for the past 15 years. This is our new living room space. It is nice and bright and very open!, Living Rooms Design

    Our newest space!

    4 photos, 549 Views, Flag

  • Coffee Bar, Kitchens Design

    Coffee Bar

    1 photo, 685 Views, Flag

  • Contemporary up-date, New laminate cabinetry was installed throughout this contemporary kitchen for ease of maintenance. Upper cabinets were designed to not have hardware, for a more clean uncluttered look.  The depth of the upper cabinets were increased to 15", to accommodate large platters and more useable storage.
The bottom cabinets were intentionally designed to be mostly drawers, for ease of accessibility to dishes, bowls, and general storage.  This is the best feature of the new cabinetry. We now have two double 30" built in convection ovens that elevate  baking results. The extra oven did not  take away from the  storage space, because with the organizational capabilities improved and  we now have more storage in this kitchen than before!  The appliance garage was increased in size to accommodate toaster, hand mixer, waffle iron, scale  and larger food processor. The appliance garage has a long  electrical stainless steel outlet strip inside.  These type of electrical strips were installed throughout the kitchen backsplash areas to not interrupt the visual line of the glass mosaic tiles.  The glass tiles are in one color "Buff" but with two finishes.  One in sandblasted and gloss. The repeat of these tiles makes for a subtle pattern and interest in the backsplash area.This kitchen also has two garbage disposals with the switch/button integrated into the quartz counters at the main sink and and on the granite countertops on the island.  The island has a water tap and trough sink which makes washing and prepping of veggies and fruit a pleasure. The new Revolution disposals are soooo quiet...a huge improvement from our old one ...as is the new quiet dishwasher...this makes for more enjoyment in viewing television or having a conversation in the adjoining family room. There are two areas of interest...a coffee bar area with glass door cabinet showcasing espresso cups...all we need is an espresso machine?! The other area is the  baking center where there is a wall hung cookbook holder with a metal trivet.
The diffuser on the fluorescent box above the island is from a resin manufacturer that fuses linen between the panels to give a soft illumination and appearance.  Brazilian walnut 3" plank hardwoods were added in the kitchen and family room to give a seamless look throughout this one story home and complement the herringbone patterned flooring in the dining room and living room areas made from the same wood.
Art work is still needed on the walls, as is new stools and chairs for the table and window treatments. That is where more color and warmth will be added to these areas.

A home is always a work in progress....always needing some tweaking or updates.....but it is a retreat for ourselves, family and friends.

Hope I didn't forget to mention any important areas that may be helpful for your next kitchen update. I know for myself kitchen and bath projects can be overwhelming with all the options available today. So, I appreciate all ideas I have collected from others as well.  Have fun and I look forward to all comments., Kitchens Design

    Contemporary up-date

    7 photos, 307 Views, Flag

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