Welcome to my last "Kitchens of 2018" post! (Oh good, I thought she'd never stop sharing these blurry site photos.) How is your January 2019 experience? My life feels back to "normal" from the nasty December that I had followed by the chaos of the Christmas holiday. I'm really enjoying being a part of this… Continue reading Denver Kitchens: A Year in Review (Part 3)
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… Continue reading Denver Kitchens: A Year in Review (Part 1)
A few weeks ago I shared my romantic comedy storylines for the kitchen sink. I wish I had similar flights of fancy about the kitchen faucet, but I tend to look at faucets as highly utilitarian. Utilitarian, yet I do expect them to look like a supermodel. I think I want my kitchen faucet to be the… Continue reading My Search for a Kitchen Faucet: Yes, but is it a good conversationalist?
Do you really need ice? The first weekend we tore up the kitchen (read about that here) we moved the refrigerator across the room to let more light into the room. We never hooked the water line up and we were suddenly sans ice. I thought Dave was waiting on moving the water line, but I… Continue reading The Cult of the Porcelain Light Socket: This Old House Part 4
I have some sweet, patient clients who sent me this cartoon recently which summed up their feelings for living in their home during a major remodel. As a designer, I go through one home renovation project after another. The pain for homeowners is on my mind, but I can go weeks without thinking about it… Continue reading 6 Tips for Living Through a Home Renovation
Thank you to everyone who was able to sit down and watch my HGTV debut on Saturday's House Hunters Renovation. If you don't have access to that channel, but you're an Amazon Prime member, you will be able to find the episode in about 3 weeks. I think it's an entertaining episode - there's a… Continue reading Before and After: Rustic Modern Ranch (as Seen on HGTV)
This home is a beautiful, old Park Hill home built in the early 1900's. It has the original dark wood trim, original tile fireplace, a beautiful entry staircase, intact stained glass everywhere and a front porch I could probably live in full time. You would not know any of this though from the above photo.… Continue reading Before and After: A Budget Friendly Kitchen Remodel
I first posted this in September of last year and due to some heavy work loads and an upcoming vacation I thought it might be a good time to re-post! Are you tired of the Modern Farmhouse look? I'm a little bit tired of certain aspects of it, but I do love the simplicity of… Continue reading Revisiting the Modern Farmhouse