Construction began on this kitchen in January 2020 and after being placed under strict stay at home orders in PA, this fabulous renovation is finally complete. One of the biggest changes to the space was utilizing the extra square footage from the large walk-in pantry. By removing the wall separating the two rooms we not … Continue reading Not your average white….
This sitting room was so much fun to decorate because it already had elements like custom wainscoting, eleven foot ceilings, and an open floor plan that helped to add interest and light to the space. The starters for this design concept were the window panels, oriental carpet, and antique hutch. Incorporating existing pieces into a … Continue reading Sitting Pretty
This room got a major refresh when my client said “YES” to painting the walls a deep blue. Farrow and Ball’s, Drawing Room Blue, added the right amount of drama to make this young family’s dining room ready for entertaining. Lucite sconces over the buffet and a sleeker chandelier modernized the traditional dining room table … Continue reading Dining Room Delight
When this client sent me an inspiration picture of a bedroom created by a Designer that I love, I was more than excited to work on her Master. The room already had a lot of great design elements like a Thibaut grass cloth on the ceiling, a four poster bed, a chair upholstered in a … Continue reading A Master Bedroom to love….
This modern family room is a great representation of the way we live today. A multi purpose room that is used for watching tv, a children’s playroom, lounging, and entertaining. When clients ask me to assist them in kitchen renovations more often than not they want a design that opens up the kitchen to an … Continue reading A Modern Family Room
After living in this Master Bedroom for thirty-five plus years, my clients decided it was time for an update. Their stone colonial has all of the beauty and character of an older home, but with that character comes small closets, limited lighting, and very few electrical outlets. It became obvious that the main objective for … Continue reading Master Bedroom Makeover
This powder room, only twenty-five square feet, shows the importance of what careful material selection can do for a small room. Often, clients feel that a tiny space needs to be more subdued. However, in my professional opinion when used correctly, pattern and texture can have an even greater impact in a small area. … Continue reading A Pretty Little Powder Room
This kitchen renovation was such a wonderful transformation from the dated and dark space that existed in this beautiful house when my clients purchased it last January. The main goal of this project was to open up the kitchen to their soon to be family room. I felt the best way to remove the wall … Continue reading Devon Kitchen Remodel
This project began with my good friend and fellow Drexel grad Cindy Allan. Our clients beautiful oriental carpet was the generator for the decor of the room. Because the carpet was so ornate, we had to make careful color and furniture selections to compliment it. This client also had a few family heirlooms like her … Continue reading Rosemont Re-Design
Sometimes all it takes is one little change in your house, like moving a piece of furniture or purchasing a new coffee table to make you want to change everything. That one decision can have a snowball effect. This project began as a Master Bathroom renovation and turned into so much more. In order to … Continue reading The Master Suite snowball effect……