I am working on three projects right now where I was pulled in during the schematic phase. One is an addition/renovation, and the other two are new construction. I am excited about each of them and the teams involved.
I love being hired for a project early on, as there is a synergistic effect that takes place among creative minds that results in a more beautiful home. It’s important to hire all members of your team early on, as this makes changes occur sooner rather than once ground has been broken (which saves you $$$).
Working on a home from ground up is like birthing a baby- I become vested more and more each day and I grow to love each of them for different reasons.
As I am discussing interior details on each of these projects, I have been looking to Pinterest for inspiration. Here are a few I have pinned for certain reasons…..
I love this hardware. We have spent some time picking out hardware for #ProjectExpansion, and this is very similar to what we selected for their home.
#ProjectExpansion has a door at the end of a hallway, and we are going to create something like this for uniqueness and detail. I love how a simple wall here has become a beautiful focal point. We are creating a jib door to a linen closet that will be hidden by nails and leather. With it being a focal point, leaving it as an ordinary door just wouldn’t cut it.
This bathroom is beautiful. The waterfall countertops and cabinets create a more modern and clean look, and you will see something similar in style for the master.
These floors remind me we are going to create a pattern out of wood on one of the floors in our #LakeTuscaloosa project. While the pattern will be different than this one and the color of the wood tweaked (we haven’t even broken ground), it’s going to be just-if not more-beautiful.
As mentioned in a previous post, your bedroom should be a place to retreat, and this window seat screams that to me. The #LakeTuscaloosa home is home to girls and we are working on incorporating a cozy niche/window seat in at least one of the bedrooms.
Don’t you want to curl up with a good book?! I do!
The placement of this powder room under the stairs is exactly what we are creating in #ProjectVestavia. I love how it is tucked away, not only by being under the stairs, but by being hidden within the woodwork.
As you can see, Pinterest is one of my “go-to’s” when I am looking to be inspired. There is nothing better than crawling in bed with my Ipad at the end of a long day and pinning a few images to make my creative juices flow.
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