Deco Design
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Capitol

A beautiful home set on the hill just above the Capitol, this project was a complete reconstruction of an older outdated home. The project was shown in the Salt Lake "Parade of Homes" and was a collaboration of ideas from the builders, designer and home owner. I wanted the cabinets to have a transitional modern feel to compliment the very open space with high ceilings and large panoramic window views of the cityscape. Multiple mediums were used including reclaimed barn wood, walnut, rift white oak, raw steel, and various colors of painted slab fronts.
Project Year: 2015
Project Cost: $25,001 - $50,000
Country: United States
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Great room open to kitchen. Cami McIntosh Photography
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View of back of the island and dining area Cami McIntosh Photography
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View looking at the whole kitchen with windows in background Cami McIntosh Photography
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View of pantry wall with integrated Thermador fridge and island range Cami McIntosh Photography
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Vaulted, open kitchen with tall pantry cabinets and a mix of glass front cabinets and open shelving. Cami McIntosh Photography
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Close up of kitchen and island detail. Cabinet work by Deco Design. Cami McIntosh Photography
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Close up of the charcoal colored slab fronts, very difficult to paint but turned out beautiful Cami McIntosh Photography
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View of floating oak shelfs Cami McIntosh Photography
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Close up of glass cabinets and large floating oak shelvess Cami McIntosh Photography
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Close up of glass cabinets Cami McIntosh Photography
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Beautiful full wall of tall pantry cabinets with gorgeous hardward. Hidden fridge (thermador integrated fridge). Vaulted ceilings and kitchen open to great room. Cami McIntosh Photography
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Close up of painted slab fronts for the pantry wall Cami McIntosh Photography
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Side view of the island showing more detail of the "rough sawn" rift white oak Cami McIntosh Photography
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Close up on the rift white oak slab fronts on the island, we ran each board through a rip saw to scratch the surface of the board and give them a "rough sawn" look and then glued slabs together so the boards would run vertically and continue through both drawer fronts. Finished in a white wash with a flat sheen clear coat Cami McIntosh Photography
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Close up of floating oak shelfs Cami McIntosh Photography
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The inspiration for this mater bath was a "spa" feel to the space. I wanted something very simple and clean, so I designed these slab front walnut cabinets that seem to be floating, anchored on the ends with towers that continue the waterfall edge for the countertops. The walnut grain runs horizontal and continues through the whole face and side from the same slab of wood. Led ...More
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In this view you can see the continuous horizontal grain running through the whole face Cami McIntosh Photography
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The client wanted sliding barn doors and I suggested using reclaimed barn wood set in a raw steel frame. Beautiful natural colors in the wood are brought to life with the clear coat finish. Cami McIntosh Photography
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The client wanted sliding barn doors and I suggested using reclaimed barn wood set in a raw steel frame. Beautiful natural colors in the wood are brought to life with the clear coat. Cami McIntosh Photography
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These were the floating shelves we made out of reclaimed barn wood for the master bedroom wet bar Cami McIntosh Photography
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View of the master bedroom wet bar, simple layout containing sink space, beverage fridge and microwave with floating shelves above Cami McIntosh Photography
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Another view of the reclaimed barn wood shelves Cami McIntosh Photography
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Close up of the reclaimed barn wood used to wrap the fireplace in the master bedroom Cami McIntosh Photography
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For this basement wet bar we utilized more reclaimed barn wood for the backside of the raised bar with a raw steel frame. Floating shelves take the place of traditional upper cabinets to keep clean lines and accent the bar wall Cami McIntosh Photography
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Close up of reclaimed barn wood used for basement bar island. Cami McIntoshPhotography
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Waterfall countertop detail. Cami McIntosh Photography
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We used a shaker door front for the cabinet sections of the basement wet bar to give the space a transitional feel, painted "ocean blue" with waterfall countertops in place of traditional end panels. Cami McIntosh Photography
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This was a basement bathroom that we wanted to keep very simple We built a floating cabinet with rift white oak fronts running horizontally from the same slab through the whole face with sink drawers to maximize the space. Cami McIntosh Photography
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These are some floating shelfs we added to the fireplace wall, grain runs continous around the shelf Cami McIntosh Photography
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