Glass backsplash tile has been around for years now, but turning this frosted seaglass tile to vertical orientation makes all the difference. It’s adds a cute modern edge.
Outdoor spaces need good design too. Redesigned a partially existing, overgrown and rotting deck into a nature-embracing modern deck space perfect for outdoor entertaining.
Updated an old brick BBQ with black paint and added a granite slab and a wood fired pizza oven to flank the newly erected outdoor kitchen. We gave a face-lift to a dated propane firepit with some heat resistant paint and a fun pattern. The contrast of the black, geometric patterns and slick cable railing with the warmth of the cedar stained wood match this home’s contemporary style.
Updated a dated hall bath to a high-contrast beauty. Light grey freestanding vanity helps store all the things is topped by a gorgeous slab of grey quartz. Black and white mid-century modern inspired tile, black fixtures and mirror with bright white walls keep this bath fresh and looking squeaky clean.
This glamorous yet masculine owner’s bathroom received a spacious double vanity in a deep navy with marble top. We kept the modern vibe alive with hex shaped tile flooring and slick chrome fixtures.
The shower was completely transformed from a cookie cutter tub with curtain to an ultramodern shower. The sliding glass doors make the bathroom feel open and light filled and the grey-on-grey concrete look tile with ocean blue accents tie in with the blue vanity and art.
This bathroom was completely transformed with just a few hundred dollars in materials. Previously it was beige on beige on beige. All of the tile in this bathroom was painted – yes – painted. The shower is now bright white and looks brand new and the floor tile received a hand-painted stencil technique. The paint didn’t end there. The medium brown 90’s era cabinet was painted a deep grey and the walls were given a contrasting light grey. The new items? Just the marble countertop, new shell mirror, cabinet knobs and light fixture and art.
The ultimate work from home and virtual school space is bright and clean and organized. This design leveraged almost all Ikea items and a few cool Etsy finds.
Another angle of this office/ school space-for-two shows it not only keeps everything in it’s place but there’s still a good book nook and room for some amazing oversized art by Juniper Print Shop paired with Ikea’s Bjorksta frames. Oversized art on a budget? Check!
Got a tiny space with no windows in the deep ark depth of your basement but need an office space? Yes, embracing the darkness can help! Deep forest green walls, warm wood tones and bits of black metal and brown leather make this basement office a cozy masculine space where you won’t mind endless hours of Zoom calls.
Totally gutted a cramped 1980’s bathroom to this spacious modern dream. Huge 86″ vanity with Caesarstone Fresh Concrete Quartz and a huge glass enclosed 8 foot x 4 foot shower.