Happy New Year! I’m writing this on a bitterly cold (but sunny) new day in 2019. I am a reflective person, but I’m not much of a backwards looking person and I think there is a difference. One of my many self-preservation skills is a lack of desire to dwell on the past. I think a lot of us have an innate skill for turning towards the new day and at times it’s necessary in order to put one foot in front of the other. What do you think? Are you a “looker-backer” or a forge on ahead kind of person?
That said – who’s ready for a year in review of kitchens I’ve worked on!?! I know, try to contain your excitement. All of these are site photos from myself or a client from 2018 curated just for you. I thought this would be an easy post to write, but going back through my year in photos took awhile. I have a penchant for taking awkward photos of clients and I had to weed those out for blackmail courtesy. Also, I discovered another post I’ll need to do this month: A year of Laura’s boring shoes on beautiful tile!
A lot of these are photos from kitchens that I won’t have professionally photographed, but I really enjoyed the work and the clients. One of my favorite things about my job is the clients and their loved ones I get to meet and come to know.
This is the first of a three part series of kitchens I worked on in 2018. I will post part two next week. I enjoyed looking back at these job sites more than I thought I would and right now my takeaway from all of these is the people who live in these spaces and how much I’ve learned from working with them.
Laura is a Denver Interior Designer who runs an Interior Design Studio based in sunny Colorado with a strong commitment to livable and interesting interiors. She also runs The Colorado Nest, a Denver blog about Design, Art and Life in the Mountain West and co-hosts the book podcast "The Inside Flap" on iTunes, Stitcher and Google Play.
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