During this time we all are trying to have some normality in this weird time and designers are just like every other professional trying to keep projects going. This particular project was done completely remotely. It took a team of people to make this happen but the finish product turned out just the way I designed it!
The beginning started with construction drawings from the builder, for me that gave me a sense of how much of each material was going to be throughout the home. So when I began sourcing materials this was a key point in making sure nothing was overkill or too subtle for each space.
This particular builder had a some options for countertops and cabinet finishes and these were my building blocks for the rest of the selections. I helped my client decide what direction they wanted to go and what overall look they were trying to achieve.
Also this being a semi custom home we wanted to make sure each space had slightly different selections but all coordinated throughout the entire home.
The kitchen selections turned out great together with the warm natural wood floor, soft gray cabinets and a white quartz with a little grey speckle throughout, finished off with a stone looking skinny rectangular back splash tile.
This was a home built in Philadelphia and I work in Houston. I share this info because I have had potential clients in the past say "Oh I don't live in Houston, but I really love your work and want to work together!" This is a possibility and a great finished product came out of it! This is one of a handful of remote projects I have successfully completed and so happy to have people who enjoy my work and want me to be a part of their new home.
In the master bathroom we wanted a relaxing but sophisticated look. A wall like that looks like concrete and a hexagon shape floor tile to coordinate with so different pattern and texture for all the other surfaces in the bathroom. So drama with the darker grey wood stained vanity and added lightness with the white quartz counters for a high contrast look.
For the guest bath we went with a matte finish wall tile, which looks so clean and minimal just something other than a white subway tile. This tile did the trick! contracting with all the chrome fixtures these two finishes really complement each other well.
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