The client’s fascination with the colors and detail of period Victorian homes was the impetus for this more modern interpretation of a Second Empire Victorian. The client always loved the style of the house from the "Adams Family" television show.
Designer Julie Dodson's client desired a space for entertaining clients as well as guests. In the dining room, a beautiful blend of whimsical wallpaper, jet-black drapes and traditional wainscoting creates a formal environment for business or pleasure.
An exceptionally relaxing bathtub and additional storage were requests of the client, so designer Brooke Arciniega configured a space that allows the client and her husband to store additional clothes and a perfect place to set a wine glass.
A large kitchen island with a white quartzite countertop next to this stainless steel stovetop is a chef's dream. The warm pendant lighting combined with wooden cabinets and brown subway tile create a welcoming ambience, just as the client requested. With a built-in island sink, large stovetop and easy access to cabinets, Paula Ables Interiors designed this kitchen to be functional for the client who loves to cook, and also stylish for the client who loves to entertain.
Remodeled for a client who downsized from a large piece of property to a zero lot concept. Here in SoCal we are having a water shortage so many of my clients are moving away from the houses with acreage and buying tiny beach homes to have a pared down simple lifestyle.
"In creating an apartment for her client, Emily naturally walks us through her concept, easily conveying her translation with candor and in a conversational tone," explains HGTV Design Star judge Vern Yip. "The end result is a tailored space that is a real reflection of the client's essence and style."
Bold fabrics in an array of jewel tones adorn the chairs in this rustic-eclectic dining room. Elements throughout the home seamlessly blend the clients' love of pattern and color with the ruggedness of the surrounding Park City landscape. The design team created for the clients a home that represents their fun-loving spirit.
Huerta included a suite of surprising details to bring historical and personal relevance to the client's dream space. For example, the island topper was actually made from the client's former live-edge dining table — a piece that was too big to bring into her new home. Now it creates a cool contrast to the stainless bar stools.
An island, more storage and dining space were all requested from the client for this small yet efficient kitchen. Contemporary gray cabinets offer ample storage, while a built-in banquette provides the eat-in space the client desired. Bold orange Roman shades bring a burst of color, and a glass mosaic tile backsplash adds interest to the space.