One of the great benefits of having a passion for interior design is being able to appreciate the myriad design styles. My own interior design style tends to be a mix of classic and transitional design but I am starting to find that my tastes are turning to a more minimal, modern aesthetic. I am obsessed with chevron and herringbone floors, marble with contrasting veining, and natural or dark wood accents. Throw in a splash of brass or chrome or nickel and I am sold. Katt
I love what Greg Natale did with the kitchen of his Brisbane project. The ebony chevron cabinets, the white marble with the dark veining...it is so polished and chic. Greg does a wonderful mixing patterns and light and dark to produce bold yet tailored interiors on all of his projects. Here are photos from two of my favorite kitchens within his portfolio of work. #GregNatale #interiors #interiordesign #kitchen #kitchendesign #design #tailoreddesign #marble #whitemarble #ebo
This One Type Of Tile Can Help Your House Sell 63 Days Faster Than The Average Home Sale...
I've always been a fan of subway tiles. I love that they lend themselves to clean, classic design. They are understated but pack a sophisticated punch. Subway tiles were first introduced over 100 years ago when they were selected by architects, George C. Heins and Christopher Grant Lafarge, for the New York Subway system. With the longstanding history of these tiles, it is no surprise that last week Business Insider reported 6.9% of homes with subway tiles sold above thei
Selecting The Right Appliance
My first job out of design school was as a kitchen and bath designer for a local Washington, DC design-build company. My job was to design the kitchen (or bathroom) layout, help clients sift through the myriad choices for cabinets, countertops, tile and fixtures and then manage the installation. While all that may seem like a lot, it was actually pretty easy. The hard part was helping clients determine which appliance would be appropriate for their cooking style. During t
I really love the idea of incorporating non-traditional pieces into various living spaces. I think it provides a bit of that unexpected ingenuity that makes people say, "Hey, why didn't I think of that?". When I stumbled across this image, I totally wished I had designed this space first. What do you think? #interiordesign #kitchendesign #dresser #kitchen #wood #repurposed