With a career in interior design, not all the homes created are miniature - there are actually ones that you could live in! The photos below are a few examples of some of my favorite moments throughout the years, but with a decade-plus career, there isn't enough space for all of them. Every project is unique, just like the clients these homes are created for.
Something about a raw construction site, the endless design possibilities, and the ability to make it happen is beyond magical. A finished product is nice, but this truly is my favorite stage to any project.
This client's Family Room needed a big refresh and got a healthy dose of it by removing the plantation shutters on the windows and adding elements with an overall airy vibe.
Who doesn't love a Cabana Bath with personality?! The mural painted grasscloth wallpaper, mixed with modern sconces, and a blue glass vessel sink atop custom cabinetry does just that for this room.
The scheme for this family's vacation home all started with the quirky flamingo pillows. Printed on a moody lavender backdrop it set the tone for a room that is fun and Florida, but not too kitschy. Upholstery with stain resistance properties also makes relaxation easy for this family with three young girls.
A master bedroom in a neutral color scheme is brought to life with pops of blue on the custom drapery, bedding, chair and leather bench. A coffered ceiling and paneled wall detail add architectural sophistication without being stuffy.
Ceiling details are carefully crafted in this client's home and will soon shine will cove lights that delineate the designated spaces. The ceiling is one of the most important elements in a space and the one that is the most overlooked.
This bedroom is the perfect play on modern traditionalism. It invites guests to come lounge on the mirrored canopy bed, throw their belongings on the custom chunky tufted ottoman, and stare up at the shadows created by the reflective quality of the modern chandelier.
High-gloss cabinetry in a royal blue tone create a stylish and sophisticated nook in this client's study. The existing artwork pops against a background of suede wallpaper while the leather sofa with fur pillows beckon you to grab a book and get comfy.
This juxtaposition between the colorful glass disks that float atop a rusty metal backplate and the floral wallpaper that has tiny hints of the same aqua tones is what makes this Powder Room really have a wow-factor.