Before & After: Residential Design

When it comes to Kitchen Design, we incorporate elements of your preferred style and home decor to create a cohesive space.  In this particular residence, the kitchen opens up to an eat in kitchen area and family room.  We considered all elements of the rest of the interior which we had previously designed.

The kitchen was lightened up with new white cabinetry, and we created a focal point with Ann Sacks Ming Green installed in a Herringbone Pattern, combined with Mini White Thassos Mosaic to keep a clean and simple look.  We chose to repeat the Herringbone Pattern on the floor with custom White Washed Oak Planks.  The minty green color wrapped the walls in Grasscloth, and the Island incorporated a Ming Green Slab on dark cabinets.  This gave the look of a piece of furniture paired with custom designed bar stools upholstered in raspberry faux Ostrich.

Our clients wanted to keep the plaid sofas, and we selected a fabric to tie in all of the colors in the house in a traditional Jacobean Print. This fabric was used for custom made cornice boxes, and tie back draperies.  These were the main design elements that were utilized to create a harmonious living space.

You will notice that Before, the kitchen was dark and outdated:
Before Kitchen-Darcy Oliver Design

Before Kitchen-Darcy Oliver Design

The After photos reveal a much brighter, updated, and cheerful environment.

White Kitchen-Darcy Oliver Design
Herringbone Pattern-Darcy Oliver Design
backsplash-Darcy Oliver Design
Herringbone Backsplash, Ann Sacks-Darcy Oliver Design
Grasscloth-Darcy Oliver Design
Vintage Chandelier-Darcy Oliver Design
Interior Design-Darcy Oliver Design
Kitchen Island-Darcy Oliver Design

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