Thursday, March 31, 2016

House Tour Part 2, Master Bath

The focal point of the bathroom is the tub and wood planked wall. The wood brings warmth and texture to space. It plays beautifully off the polished marble and brings another natural element into the room. The black and white “his” and “her” prints add a fun touch to the space. 
A tray is a great way to contain items that would normally just clutter up the countertop. Fresh flowers to greet you in the morning is always a plus!
Pretty packaging makes all the difference. These lotion and soap dispensers (from Cost Plus World Market) were not much more than the less attractive dispensers you find at other stores. 


Monday, March 28, 2016

House Tour Part 1

I recently had the opportunity to work on a new build in Las Vegas. I worked with the clients to select  the finishes and then had the pleasure to furnish and style the home. I want to share some of the photos with you {photography by the ├╝ber talented Jennie Slade}.

Let’s start in the kitchen.
Light and bright was the order of the day. White cabinetry, Carrara marble countertops and backsplash contrast nicely with the wood floors, dark stained island and attached kitchen table.
Carrara marble tiles (4x12”) in an offset pattern add visual interest to the back wall. We carried the tile to the ceiling, creating a more seamless, custom look.
Mr. Grinch keeps a watchful eye on the homeowners and provides a playfulness to the space.

The entry:
We didn’t want to block the view of the beautiful pool you see when you first walk into the home, so we chose low profile chairs and a simple accent table.
Shouldn’t every house have a sequence pillow made from shells?
 A simple, but elegant entry table with bone inlay.
The dining room is just off the entry and next on our tour.
Simple yet refined was requested for the dining room. {Still searching for the perfect art pieces to go on either side of the hutch}.
White pottery and wood accent pieces fill the hutch.
 To be continued....