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Fiorella Design
13 Reviews
San Jose Res 2
Ideabooks381K
Questions214
done the client wants the countertops to be the star of the show, so we would have them fabricated with a very decorative edge. But if the kitchen has a lot of other elements going on then I would suggest that the counter edge treatment be more subdued not to complete with everything else. Hope this helps
every client, and often for multiple parts of each client's job. I pull inspiration images and I say "don't look at the wall color or the cabinet style; just look at the hood" or "look at the way the crown molding transitions around the beam and hood" or something very specific like that. Then edit again
of her clients come from seeing her work — including this photo — on Houzz.Upload your best work. While you want a variety of work on Houzz, don't upload anything that you're not proud of. Choose gorgeous projects with the photography that highlights your style and design approach best. Make sure you
“Crown molding” — velvetsteamroller
Northern Virginia
Custom Cabinetry
Custom cabinetry, built-ins, home entertainment centers, custom closets, wine rooms/storage, home offices, libraries, and bars.
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Morgan-Keefe Builders, Inc.
6 Reviews
Reclaimed Natural Wonder
Ideabooks1,339
Questions0
The clients didn’t want any drywall in the home, so rooms that weren’t paneled in vintage chestnut were covered in painted Southern
The clients didn’t want any drywall in the home, so rooms that weren’t paneled in vintage chestnut were covered in painted Southern yellow pine.
COVER! The clients didn’t want any drywall in the home, so rooms that weren’t paneled in vintage chestnut were covered in painted Southern yellow pine.
The clients didn’t want any drywall in the home, so rooms that weren’t paneled in vintage chestnut were covered in painted Southern yellow pine.
The clients didn’t want any drywall in the home, so rooms that weren’t paneled in vintage chestnut were covered in painted Southern yellow pine. LIKE THIS IDEA
“painted yellow pine on walls” — shopplington
Jessica Bennett Interiors
5 Reviews
Portfolio
Ideabooks13,202
Questions12
for the client to decide if we wanted to do alternating stripes in light and dark blue, or light and dark green. But when I saw them all on one page, I loved the idea of doing all four colors, especially because they referenced the colors of the bedding I wanted to use. The client loved it too, and ta-da
and her client were debating light and dark blue stripes versus light and dark green ones, she grouped the four color swatches together and fell for the effect. Fortunately, her client did too.Upload photos of your own happy accidents to the Comments section below and tell us how the decor came about.
“Cute colors” — jaydenm1
Kristen Rivoli Interior Design
A twist to a traditional dining area
Ideabooks534
Questions2
from the client’s mother. Kristen had them re-upholstered in green. She and her client stumbled upon the Wakefield console in a favorite vintage shop, and her client said, “We MUST find a place for this in the apartment!” The long dresser now serves as a functional storage piece and as a buffet. When mixing
“Side board” — mdadahuja
Artistic Designs for Living, Tineke Triggs
22 Reviews
new project
Ideabooks13,682
Questions11
encourages her clients to incorporate color, often suggesting it be used less public spaces if that is what they are comfortable with. In this case, the client loves the result so much that the laundry room has become her favorite space in the house.
challenge clients to use color, and here she did so with success. This laundry room featuring lime green cabinetry is one of the client's favorite rooms of the house.
“The cabinets and colors” — Cindy Ogden
Kariouk Associates
Echo House
Ideabooks522
Questions0
tell the client when she can expect it. If you have any unanswered questions, request answers.I try to jot down any additional thoughts, impressions or insights from the interview when the meeting is still fresh in my mind: right after it’s over. If you’ve visited the client’s site, categorize the site
“Potential Client” folder for filing. Just have some means of filing the documentation you gathered. Answer any follow-up questions promptly and professionally, and be sure you understand all of the project parameters.Ideally you’ll leave the interview with an idea of whether or not you would accept the project
“Wood tone” — klintss
betsy burnham
whittier drive residence
Ideabooks3,675
Questions8
with the client, Burnham spotted a lovely fretwork-adorned armoire, but it was too tall for the living room. “I thought, ‘Why don’t we just put a pattern directly on the wall?’” says Burnham. She worked with modeling software to come up with the perfect design. Then she had a slim, simple molding applied
with the client, Burnham spotted a lovely fretwork-adorned armoire, but it was too tall for the living room. “I thought, ‘Why don’t we just put a pattern directly on the wall?’” says Burnham. She worked with modeling software to come up with the perfect design. Then she had a slim, simple molding applied
“THIS is the sofa!!!!” — adgejacks
Alison Damonte Design
Palo Alto Eichler
Ideabooks78
Questions0
“My client’s style is a blend of disco glam, a Scandinavian aesthetic, and a love of 1980s rap music,” says Damonte. The clues were obvious: The client wore a sweater emblazoned with “No Sleep Till Brooklyn"—a Beastie Boys song—to their first meeting; during a subsequent appointment, she witnessed the
the client joyfully receive a pair of glitter heels; and when asked to watch one of the four-year-old twins briefly, Damonte couldn’t help but notice he was gleefully singing a version of a Sir Mix-A-Lot song. “In a short time, I started to get a sense of who she really is,” Damonte said.
“openess” — argentinabrown
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