What started as a living room decorating project at this home in Long Island, NY, eventually became an entire first floor renovation. The scope of work included a kitchen gut job, a dining room redo, and an update to the foyer space. A complimentary palette of cool blues mixed with warm, yellow-leaning neutrals gives the space a casual, elegant feel.
The juxtaposition of classic and contemporary fixtures, finishes, and furniture was the jumping off point for this kitchen renovation in Summit, NJ. Warm grays and cool blues and greens lend a beachy look to the space. In addition to the eat-in-kitchen, the project also included a wet bar, mudroom, and powder room renovation. The mudroom and powder rooms were new construction, while the kitchen and wet bar were designed using the existing footprint of the home.
When we started this condo living room and dining room project located in Springfield, NJ, the space was completely empty. A smart furniture plan was the first step in giving this open plan space it’s chic aesthetic. Classic sofa shapes in sage green contrast nicely with the more sculptural contemporary tables. The centerpiece of the design is a built-in bookshelf unit that houses a Samsung Smart TV and an ethanol-burning, ventless fireplace. The built-in also cleverly hides a wall air conditioning unit.
Park Slope, Brooklyn
Loft-like living in one of Brooklyn’s hottest neighborhoods (Park Slope) was the goal at this three-story brick gut job and interior design project. Rustic architectural elements like exposed wood beams and painted brick walls create contrast with the sleek open plan kitchen. The design selection of glossy surfaces, cabinets, and fixtures for the kitchen sparkle in this light-filled space.