Rangeview Reno: Kitchen Nook

Kitchen nooks are generally one of the most used spaces in the home - they need to function as a place for homework, craft projects, breakfast, snacks and dinner. We usually start with selecting a table and then move from there. In this case, our client had an old zinc top table that they had been using for years and it still looked great, so we splurged on the Oly light fixture and paired it with RH chairs (that have a removable cushion made from Perennials outdoor fabric in "fog"). 

Rangeview Reno: Living Room

As I mentioned yesterday, we started this project last summer and after several months of renovating and waiting for furniture, we are excited share the full tour! The entry, dining and living all open up to each other, so it was important to me when developing the design that they all flowed without looking too match-y.

Here is what the room looked like before our clients move in:

Rangeview Reno: The Entry

Our latest story for Domino Mag is now live...hooray! We had to narrow down our photos for the article quite a bit, so we'll be sharing the expanded tour with some sources here. We've been working on this renovation since we lived in California and I was just a one-woman show. It is safe to say that when I entered this home for the first time, I gasped. It was the most over-the-top Tuscan house I had ever seen. And after living in Orange County for awhile, that is saying something! For the tour, we'll be starting with the entry. Here is the before:

The Midway House: Dining Room

Last stop - the dining room. This is where we all gather as a family, eat cookies and play Banangrams. This serves as both the everyday eating spot and the formal dining room, so we mixed a fancy chandelier, soft drapes and coffered ceiling detail with casual chairs and natural wood tones. 

The Midway House: Master Bathroom

To stay consistent with the other selections in the house, we kept things clean and classic in the master bathroom. Of all the rooms in this home, this receives the least natural light, so it made the decision to go with white cabinetry pretty easy. We added a little more detail and glass knobs to the cabinetry to elevate the space - I also love the jog that the countertops make. It's those details that keep a white bathroom from becoming cookie cutter. They opted for a larger closet and no tub, so the shower is nice and roomy. The beveled white subway tiles catch the light beautifully and the thick floating bench is stunning. See for yourself: 

The Midway House: Master Bedroom

To stay consistent with the other selections in the house, we kept things clean and classic in the master bathroom. Of all the rooms in this home, this receives the least natural light, so it made the decision to go with white cabinetry pretty easy. We added a little more detail and glass knobs to the cabinetry to elevate the space - I also love the jog that the countertops make. It's those details that keep a white bathroom from becoming cookie cutter. They opted for a larger closet and no tub, so the shower is nice and roomy. The beveled white subway tiles catch the light beautifully and the thick floating bench is stunning. See for yourself: