Emily was referred to Scott and Erika by their contractor, Jay Loken of Loken Construction, who was hired to do a kitchen and bath remodel. The cabinet design for these spaces was already completed by Jay, and Emily's job was to assist with all of the architectural finishes and paint colors throughout the home to make it all come together. With a fabulous selection of furnishings and art, Emily found her job quite easy. With one trip to the tile store, Emily and these clients quickly selected a fabulous hand-made subway tile to bring a true craftsman feel to the new kitchen. The colors in the tile also connected beautifully to the other furnishings and decor items they owned. A traditional craftsman tile design for the new bathroom was also selected and Emily assisted with its layout to make the most of the penny round accent line, medicine cabinet and pedestal sink to create a beautiful focal point. The paint color in the bathroom was chosen to replicate the soft warmth of the clear VG fir trim and cabinetry throughout the home and soften the starkness of the white tile. To make the most of the high ceiling in the dining room and add a traditional design element, Emily also suggested adding a picture rail, which Loken Construction implemented beautifully. The finishing touch to bring it all together were new window treatments in the living room and kitchen. Function always comes first with making the most of the window design, so the job was a bit of a challenge in the living room with the large front leaded glass window and the two side windows flanking the fireplace. Being able to block the neighbor's house on the side, while still being able to open the windows was essential. Emily found a unique fabric for those windows that make them appear as works of art and bring the entire palette of the home alive!