By far the most costly area of the home to renovate or remodel is the kitchen. It's also the room with the most complexity. The expertise of an interior designer can really make a difference in how your project turns out. I can assist you with space planning, selection of fixtures and finishes, and provide you with a set of drawings for your general contractor. Be sure to click on each image to enlarge and scroll through before and after photos.
Compact but Loaded with Amenities
A bathroom remodel is usually the second most costly project a homeowner will undertake right behind a kitchen remodel. I can help you determine the optimal layout for your bathroom and draw up plans to give your contractor. I can also help you with the myriad of decisions to be made such as selecting faucets, sinks, toilets, light fixtures, tile, mirrors, vanities, and accessories. Click on the images to enlarge them and scroll through before and after photos along with descriptions.
Some homeowners go for the gusto and do all their renovating at once! This was the case here where all 3 bathrooms were remodeled at the same time. The homeowner's only direction - "I love the beach and the color blue." All 3 bathrooms were narrow and needed to accommodate a family of 5.
Serene and Spa Like Master Bath
Cheerful Jack & Jill Bathroom Shared by 2 Boys
Lively Powder Room with Vintage Lighting
Sometimes all you need is a push in the right direction. Mood boards with suggested product purchases can help you collect the elements you need to create a serene master suite, a colorful kid's room, or a sophisticated living room. After a consultation to determine your needs and taste preferences, Kim can create a mood board that will allow you to make purchases as you are able without losing track of your design goal. If you're ready to go further, Kim can assist you with your purchases and arrange the new decor in your home. Click on each image to enlarge and scroll through the photo galleries.
Kid's Bedrooms with Loads of Storage and Custom Bedding.