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Martha O'Hara Interiors
Martha O'Hara Interiors, Interior Design | John Kraemer & Sons, Builder | Kurt Baum & Associates, Architect | Troy Thies Photography | Shannon Gale, Photostyling
Meridith Baer Home
Photos by Shannon Calvert, courtesy of Bluewater Home Builders and Westport Beach Country Homes
Rochelle Cote Interior Design
We are extremely proud of this client home as it was done during the 1st shutdown in 2020 while working remotely! Working with our client closely, we completed all of their selections on time for their builder, Broadview Homes. Combining contemporary finishes with warm greys and light woods make this home a blend of comfort and style. The white clean lined hoodfan by Hammersmith, and the floating maple open shelves by Woodcraft Kitchens create a natural elegance. The black accents and contemporary lighting by Cartwright Lighting make a statement throughout the house. We love the central staircase, the grey grounding cabinetry, and the brightness throughout the home. This home is a showstopper, and we are so happy to be a part of the amazing team!
Tim Andersen Architect
We restored original dining room buffet, box beams and windows. Owners removed a lower ceiling to find original box beams above still in place. Buffet with beveled mirror survived, but not the leaded glass. New art glass panels were made by craftsman James McKeown. Sill of flanking windows was the right height for a plate rail, so there may have once been one. We added continuous rail with wainscot below. Since trim was already painted we used smooth sheets of MDF, and applied wood battens. Arch in bay window and enlarged opening into kitchen are new. Benjamin Moore (BM) colors are "Confederate Red" and "Atrium White." Light fixtures are antiques, and furniture reproductions. David Whelan photo
Morgante Wilson Architects
Werner Straube Photography
Dwell Interiors, LLC
A British client requested an 'unfitted' look. Robinson Interiors was called in to help create a space that appeared built up over time, with vintage elements. For this kitchen reclaimed wood was used along with three distinctly different cabinet finishes (Stained Wood, Ivory, and Vintage Green), multiple hardware styles (Black, Bronze and Pewter) and two different backsplash tiles. We even used some freestanding furniture (A vintage French armoire) to give it that European cottage feel. A fantastic 'SubZero 48' Refrigerator, a British Racing Green Aga stove, the super cool Waterstone faucet with farmhouse sink all hep create a quirky, fun, and eclectic space! We also included a few distinctive architectural elements, like the Oculus Window Seat (part of a bump-out addition at one end of the space) and an awesome bronze compass inlaid into the newly installed hardwood floors. This bronze plaque marks a pivotal crosswalk central to the home's floor plan. Finally, the wonderful purple and green color scheme is super fun and definitely makes this kitchen feel like springtime all year round! Masterful use of Pantone's Color of the year, Ultra Violet, keeps this traditional cottage kitchen feeling fresh and updated.
Photos by Jennifer Hughes