This old butcher scale was the perfect kitchen accent piece, but instead of just displaying it in the kitchen and taking up space, I decided to use it to hold all of my cooking necessities.
This furniture had great bones, but to work cohesively in the room I felt that paint would be the best option. I used chalk paint (Annie Sloan in French Linen) and a clear wax finish with slight distressing. On the armoire I hand painted a monogram.
This room was a blank slate, so I designed book shelves to surround the room while incorporating a window seat and desk area. The drawers are pull out file cabinets and the window seat has hidden bench storage.
This little atrium area was open and barren, so we installed a composite deck, built a pergola and strung it with lights. The herb planter boxes were painted to match the house, and the plants are all potted. The homeowners have enjoyed having a small space to relax outdoors...
This tiny kitchen (9x12) was designed without any upper cabinets so as not to visually crowd the room. The open shelving give easy to access necessities with aesthetically pleasing farmhouse decor.
This girl loves hot pink and bling, so I designed this room to deliver both without being too overwhelming. The headboard and window awning were made by my husband and fitted with an outdoor light spray painted gold.
This townhome has very little "front yard" space, so I designed these flower beds to give it some curb appeal. Low maintenance landscaping and some rocks enhance this little home beautifully.
We decided to tear out our existing builder grade cabinets and rebuild them with some open shelving incorporated into the design. We used Annie Sloan chalk paint on all of the lower and upper cabinets.