Kitchen & Bath Designs with Tammi Farrell of Interior Alternatives Design Studio
The kitchen isn’t just for cooking! It is the hub of the home where we gather to help our kids with homework, talk about our day with our family while making dinner, or enjoy a cup of coffee with friends. Why not make what would normally be a utilitarian space not only functional but relaxing, enjoyable and beautiful! A kitchen island adds a focal point while allowing for additional seating, a workspace, and aesthetically pleasing storage for appliances and more. Showcase your personal style with a unique slab of granite or marble to top it off.
Whether you choose to bring in vibrant colors to energize you at the start of the day, or create a neutral, calming design to retreat to in the evening, a well-designed master bath can also reflect your style. A vanity tower is a great way to bring additional enclosed storage into a bathroom. When it comes to the tile for your bathroom, the possibilities are endless. Add sophisticated elegance to your shower with a beautiful picture frame tile.
Kitchen & Bath Designs with Tara Coomer
In this master bathroom, we went with a transitional timeless design. We chose bronze fixtures including cabinet hardware, lighting and plumbing to create a warmth against the cool gray tones. For the plumbing we used a single handle Dryden by Delta faucet this allowed for more countertop space, and it has a clean sleek look. The gorgeous rectangular free standing tub fits perfectly in this bathroom nook creating an airy focal point making the space feel larger. We wanted to elevate this bathroom even more by adding clean lined sconces that frames the mirrors and a drum shaped pendant above the tub.
In this open layout kitchen we did two-tone cabinets mixing a faint gray perimeter paired with a understated green island. For the back splash we went with a green glass subway to complement the island and tones we had throughout the home. The subway tile is also a timeless feature but using a glass subway slightly updates the traditional subway tile. Something we have fun with at Coomer and Co. is mixing metals. This kitchen is a perfect example of that with the nickel glass pendants, a nickel faucet, but bronze cabinet hardware. We never shy away from mixing metals!
Kitchen & Bath Designs with Laura Childers
Rustic glam is the name of the game for this bath suite, and it’s every college girl’s dream. The metallic antler sconces add personality and were a fun alternative to the traditional bar vanity light that goes above the mirror. The light granite top perfectly compliments the chrome faucet and gray vanity. The mirror reflects a full length mirror that is recessed in the opposite wall and houses all of the jewelry - every woman’s dream!
This kitchen was completely remodeled and the homeowner wanted to incorporate the original brick wall of the house. We kept the exposed brick on the side of this galley kitchen and used a large scale tile on the opposite wall to give a solid look, much like concrete.
The mantle on the hood is also a beam from the original house as well. In keeping with the rustic feel of the newly remodeled home, we chose to use stone on the hood rather than a traditional hood made of cabinet material. The pantry door is also out of reclaimed wood and custom built by a local craftsman.
Sure, we all love the cleanliness that an all-white toned bath or kitchen represents, but let’s not forget that life is full of color as well. In this home, the owners reached out to Ferguson Lighting to find some unique lighting ideas that spurred on an intense color scheme. You can’t help but have fun in this house. The colors of your home is the perfect place to start creating an atmosphere where laughter comes easily.