The refurbished red stove was the focal point on which the rest of the main floor's design was based. In addition to all new flooring, paint, tile (including fireplace design), lighting, and window treatments, I also contributed significantly to the finish carpentry design with the addition of shiplap on the kitchen ceiling and raised living room ceiling, allowing the original gable windows to be exposed. The new box beam ceilings in the living room also required design ingenuity to flow with the exposed shiplap ceiling and beam height variation.
These homeowners love an eclectic sense of style, with old treasures and COLOR. They especially love Moroccan tile and artifacts. So fun to work with this aesthetic and consistently remind them that we wanted the architectural finishes and colors to be supporting characters...it's all about the balance!