A primary ensuite featuring white oak cabinetry with brass and nickel fixtures. Pretty details make
this a relaxing and sophisticated retreat.
White oak open shelves with pretty serving pieces and drinkware set the stage for this home coffee station. Functionality and beauty is always key!
The requisite bunk room with a custom queen and full bunk bed that can handle kids and adults. Fun and casual styling elements to make the little ones feel at home.
Pretty detailing with a farm style sink set against white oak cabinetry. Black windows punctuate the space and offer a wonderful view.
The finishes and fixture choices for this ensuite were inspired by the gorgeous windows that frame a beautiful view.
I wanted to create a distinct lounge area on the garden level that would give family or guests an area to relax with a bit of privacy. In addition to the necessities - a comfy sofa, fireplace and tv, I added a small bar with the cutest mini fridge and coffee station. The encaustic tiles add a nice pop of color amidst all the white.
I love pretty details. Light peeking through the staircase, a teeny lamp and branches from a smoke bush. They always say that it’s the little things that make us happy.
Well-loved books and collected pieces add interest to personalize this family room. Book shelf color: F&B Mouse's Back, Art: Michelle Quance.
Organic elements including oak cabinetry, handmade tile, and lightly veined quartz create a calming palette that complements a vacation home new build.
This was the color drama in the fall and highlights one of the things I love the most about this room. The window in the principal bedroom allow for the best views and when privacy is needed, full length drapes offer solitude. In case you’re wondering, I didn’t design with the pooch in mind. It just worked out that way!
A casual and elevated living space to enjoy a fire or watch tv.
This kitchen nook has a casual elegance and is perfect for morning coffee and occasional meals. A window seat provides additional seating in a pinch.