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TGIM: Kitchen Storage Ideas

Monday, August 14th, 2017

That’s a Great Idea Monday: Kitchen Storage Ideas.

We all have a lot of stuff in our kitchens. But where are we supposed to put it all? There’s not enough cabinet space here, these drawers aren’t big enough over there, what is all this wasted space? Everything needs a home so whether you need to downsize the number of spices or plastic ware that you’ve been hoarding or you need to remodel your kitchen to fit all the things you feel you really need, this next blog post is sure to give you some great ideas on where to store all of your important things!

Spice StorageStep Stool StorageUtensil StoragePlastic Ware StorageIsland Cabinet Storage

Souces|1. Joanna Thornhill Interiors | 2. SpiceKitchenUK | 3. Frame Design Lab | 4. Heartwood Kitchens | 5. Jennifer Gilmer Kitchen & Bath | 6. Humphrey Munson | 7. Greenleaf Construction | 8. The Kitchen Source | 9. Marcarelli Design Inc. | 10. Crowell + Co. Interiors | 11. Kitchens by Wedgewood | 12. DeVos Custom Woodwork | 13. Jim Martin Design | 14. Hemphill’s Rugs & Carpets | 15. Kirstin Havnaer, Hearthstone Interior Design, LLC | 16. Main Street Kitchens at Botellos | 17. Schrocks of Walnut Creek | 18. R Micheal Cross Design Group | 19. Cheryl Scrymgeour Designs | 20. KSI Kitchen & Bath

Friday Favorites- Anything but ordinary bathroom vanity design

Friday, April 28th, 2017

When you’re working with an Interior Designer for your bathroom project one thing is certain – you’ll have an anything but ordinary vanity design. Why settle for the typical combination of doors and drawers, when you have the opportunity to really think about function as well as style. All of the images below are projects that we’ve worked on with our clients and we love to create a space that truly fits our clients needs as well as wants. Our firm has the ability to design within various design styles to achieve the truly custom vanity for your bathroom.


Tuesday Trends-Powder with Pizazz

Tuesday, February 21st, 2017

Often there is very little space to work with in a Powder bathroom, yet you still have endless combinations of style. Today there is less of a desire to match and more of an urge to mix, which makes designing all the more fun. Wallcoverings are an easy way to make your powder room pop. Frames, lighting, and an interestingl tile are important factors to play it up. Simply add some small¬†accessories and you’re ready to impress your guests.


Sources (Left to Right, Top to Bottom) | Decoist | Decoist | Ashley Campbell Interior Designs-Detroit, Michigan | Design Sponge-London |