I am wrapping another project up and since we are on the subject of kitchens I thought I'd give you a sneak peek...
The counters are oyster terrazzo... they are absolutely beautiful (if I might say so myself)! The cabinets are "Macadamia" by Sherwin Williams, the hood and sink are from Texas Lightsmith, the range is Wolf, the fridge is Kitchen Aid, the faucet is Newport Brass, the hardware is Restoration Hardware, the tile is Barbara Barry for Ann Sacks, and the lights are Visual Comfort. Whew, I'm sure I forgot something...??
The photo above is a close-up of the beams in this house... you may recall back in November of 07 when I posted photos of the cotton mill in Albany, GA that was being diassembled for the wood and brick? Well, that's where the beams and brackets came from- you can see more in this post. Pretty amazing though to have seen your 'house parts' in their original form:
The rest of the house is not 100% photo-ready just yet... but here are a few more sneak peeks...
The iron rail in this house the best I've ever seen... it looks as though it's 100+ years old... it's patinaed and smoothed in areas where hands would have rubbed it down over the years. Floors are wide plank walnut from Carlisle.
All bathrooms have soap dishes and washcloth towel bars, fog-free mirrors... all the nice little bells and whistles. I forgot to photograph the master bathroom... I'll save it for later!
This above is the "sand room" - it is the entry off the outdoor shower where guests can drop their towels and even use the potty in the adjacent powder bath. These clients have been amazing... it's been a long journey, but nothing short of wonderful from start to finish! (Not that we are done yet... but we are close!)
Something else I think everyone will enjoy... Joni just did a fabulous post on kitchens. If you haven't seen it yet, head over to Cote De Texas!! She posted great pictures and then gives readers tips on how to implement this look in your own house!