For a truly customized look, you simply can’t go wrong with tile.
For a truly customized look, you simply can’t go wrong with tile. When tiling, you can really splurge on something special. Whether you go with stone, glass, ceramic, cement, or porcelain, tile allows for so much creativity. The choices today for stunning tiles are nearly endless, but I really love the idea of using bold, graphic tiles for an unforgettable look.
I like tiles with big geometric patterns. Great tiles aren’t just for the floor. Tile makes a fantastic backdrop in nearly any room — it doesn’t have to remain in the bathroom. Bold tiles can be used to create accents customized with a range of different colors. The possibilities are endless! A custom tile design can really evoke someone’s personality — playful, colorful, and vibrant.
Some of my favorite patterns have a Marrakech or Turkish kind of feeling to them. Many have Moorish-inspired patterns that evoke a history even when updated with colors for today.
I’m so pleased to have one of my designs featured in the January 2016 issue of Connecticut Cottages and Gardens!
I’m so pleased to have one of my designs featured in the January 2016 issue of Connecticut Cottages and Gardens! This Greenwich home belongs to a family who relocated from UK. They wanted a complete remodel of the home to make it suitable for their lifestyle. The design is formal enough to respect the architecture of the home but with an ease to accommodate a young family and their dog. I hope you’ll pick up a copy of the magazine to read more about the details of this project!
We do a lot of architectural specifications, and one element that falls into this category is faucets.
We do a lot of architectural specifications, and one element that falls into this category is faucets. Particularly in the kitchen, we really hone in on the faucet to ensure we have the style, form, and function to best suit the space and the client’s needs. Everyone has a preference for the faucet, whether it operates by a touch system or features more traditional on/off function. So many faucets now have features integrated into a seamless design without sacrificing utility. Touch systems are very popular right now, as are pedals installed at the floor to turn the water on or off. There are many beautiful options available today. Here are some of my favorites:
I am so pleased to share an editorial featuring a recent project in At Home in Fairfield County’s September/October 2015 issue.
I am so pleased to share an editorial featuring a recent project in At Home in Fairfield County‘s September/October 2015 issue. This editorial features a kitchen I designed for a long time client, someone who’s been with me since I started my career over eight years ago. The benefit to a long term client relationship is that I’ve already earned their trust. When we first talked about the kitchen, the client turned to me to say, “This is what we want,” gave me their wish list, and let me have carte blanche. They were so open to everything I presented that there was very little tweaking between what came out of my head and the final design. It’s so nice to see what’s possible when you develop a great client rapport over time. Many thanks to At Home magazine for the feature!