Although our clients' home had been renovated by the previous owners, it was missing the vibrancy and warmth they wanted to reflect of their family.
The fun starts at the front entrance where we've paired a vintage look floor tile with a vivid green and white floral wallpaper popping off a black background. A simple built in bench and hook combination offers storage at the entryway without obstructing the open area or view - through to the large windows along the back wall of the house.
A rustic brick fireplace surround creates subtle texture and depth beside additional built in cabinets. Floating walnut shelves are ready for their upcoming "shelfies" highlighted by industrial brass sconces above.
The brushed brass finish is carried into the powder room and kitchen. Although the kitchen is at the back of the house, the bold green of the island is a visible feature as soon as you walk into the house.
We knew from the moment when our client fell for the green island in the kitchen the tour other choices would need to be equally as bold. This led us to the addition of the wallpaper previously mentioned.
Thick veins of warm and brassy tones run through the porcelain counter mimicking the brass hardware and plumbing fixtures. While subtle whites and creams in the artisanal back splash tiles add a bit more sparkle and lightness behind more floating walnut shelves. Not to be forgotten, the striking powder room is the jewel of the home with navy and gold peacock wallpaper and matching blue paneling. Brass accessories were a mustalong with the integrated sink and counter combo a top a walnut vanity shelfbase.