Sometimes when potential clients call, I have trouble quickly summarizing my range of work.
I love variety. Variety in life & work. Who knows what will roll in at any given moment. Interiors, exteriors, remodels, businesses, homes, branding needs. I’m thankful for all of it. But only commit to things I know I can do well. That way we keep everyone happy! :)
Color matters bring most people our way, as well as referrals from friends, family, clients, & my absolute, valued relationship with this stellar real estate team- The Jay Schmidt Group. Everyone LOVES them (if you need to sell your house)!
And with that long opener (I like words, ask my husband). I want to share some super fun projects, currently in the works >
1. Karen’s House.
She told me she was mortified to reveal her floral sofa & such. Her walls had been off-white for decades. None of it was that bad, it just lacked the design flair she craved. We painted cabinets antique white, replaced kitchen counters with 1 of my recent obsessions, Salinas White granite, new backsplash, painted the hub of the home SW colonnade gray (gorgeous gray!). Results… almost made us cry good. Stars aligned, no one deserves it more than Karen.
2. Kristen’s House.
To my friend- thank you for letting me collaborate on this killer lower level. We have had more fun… This girl & her husband underestimate their eye for beyond legal limits design :) Check out these curved walls with floor to ceiling mosaic. Nestled in-between the tile will be Candice Olson wallpaper. We selected flooring, counters, cabinets, carpet, bathroom materials, paint colors, lighting. The works. The best moment so far has been the washed navy we painted existing cabinets, OMG… BM temptation. Stay-tuned, this will be another blog post soon!!
3. Sharon’s Collection.
Sharon came to me with a delightful collection of exteriors that needed love. This one is so fun! We debated all different configurations before settling on cream trim to blend with existing windows, SW escape gray (pretty green/blue/gray mix) for the body, & we’ll be adding a plum pop to the door, etc. I was so excited to drive past & check on the colors…
in the works ^
Since the area rug is one of the best ways to incorporate color, we are shoppin’ all the time for you! Here are a few rugs I’ve pulled for clients in the last several weeks. Everyone’s palette is so unique- it’s interesting to see them collaged here. Rugs can be tricky in that online appearance doesn’t guarantee color tone, so often I ask clients to purchase 2 options & return the lesser. The right rug definitely makes the room!
Does your project fit within our almost anything goes parameter? We would love to assist. Cheers readers!