“The first thing I do when I get up, I have breakfast.” – Karl Lagerfeld
BEFORE | KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM
Nothing excites me more than redesigning a space to meet the aesthetic desires and spacial needs of a client’s home. The first half of this kitchen was an incredible transformation, and the other side of this vast space was no different. After replacing the seating area in the center of the room with a custom island, we moved the seating near the sunny windows and got to work.
This cozy breakfast nook is perfect for casual dining any time of day! An upholstered banquette anchors the space with button tufting and antiqued nail head details. Eames style chairs add a fun touch around a reclaimed wood dining table. A tassel edged rug adds texture while blending in perfectly to a neutral palatte of natural wood and shades of grey. For a pop of color, we found this fab painting from a Canadian artist that we all fell in love with. And the pièce de résistance, the white washed fluted glory of Arteriors’ Tilda Chandelier, a work of art in itself.
BEFORE | BREAKFAST NOOK
YAAAAS! Buh-bye floating cabinets and clunky sideboard, hello custom shelving….
From rendering to fruition, what a thrill to see this shelving unit come to life! It increased the storage tenfold, while allowing our client’s collection of eclectic serve ware to be on display and in constant rotation.
A woman after our own heart. Our client, (an archeology major and curator), loves to mix old and new as much as we do! A glass for every occasion, bowls of all shapes and sizes, and one of many antique French serving paddles from our recent hunts make each shelf special. We love how she appreciates each and every moment within her house (so do we), another reason this project was such fun to hunt and gather for to compliment her treasures. Stay tuned for the living room of this Curious Valley Hideaway…
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