Christmas came early this year! 🎄 My kitchen remodel is officially DONE and I couldn’t be happier with how everything turned out! Huge thank you to everyone who helped me along the way, I really couldn’t have done this without you. I may be a little biased, but this may be my favorite project I’ve worked on to date…
Happy Sunday! And day 11 of SLD Advent of photo sharing. Here’s another smaller but impactful kitchen remodel. In this late-90’s home, our client wanted “a bright kitchen but not bland.” The husband mentioned feeling crowded when cooking, so we moved the fridge to the West wall and moved the range down to give some extra room in the congested corner. As always w/SLD kitchens, some strategically placed storage solutions(trash/recycling pull-out, blind corner, knife/utensil pull-out, and pull out shelves in base and tall cabinets) made much more efficient use of the existing footprint. Like with most projects over the last few years, delays in significant components meant not great “after photos” but you can still see that little changes can make a pretty big difference. #kitchenremodel #kitchendesign #spokanewashington
An important conversation to have when designing a new space with a client is to discuss how they would like to store their things or what currently works for them. In a kitchen for example, finding the perfect spot for plates and bowls is an important decision!! There are so many possibilities but what makes the most sense to you and your family? Do you like them stacked all in one drawer or prefer in shelves?
Peg drawers are a great solution to keep all your plates and bowls in one spot and ensure them don’t slide back and forth when closing the drawers. It keeps everything ULTRA organized just as we like it!
My inner #MarieKondo spirit tells me this “ brings me joy”!
Happy #flaylayfriday! Our jaws nearly dropped when we saw this floral handmade tile from marazzitile_usa 😱 This combination of blue, white, gray and natural wood creates the perfect palette for a coastal cabin.