The original intent of the architecture leaned towards a traditional style, but the interior lacked classic finishing touches. It is amazing what trim and signature light fixtures can do. Now each space has an ambiance and a distinct presence.
The large kitchen is a welcoming, light-filled hub of activity. The warm, neutral palette features a variety of soothing tile textures and is accented with the perfect contrasting touches. A custom-designed stove hood enclosure with decorative brackets completes the design.
There is a place for everything to maintain a clutter-free kitchen. A mix of raised panel solid and glass-doored cabinets as well as drawers support storage and display space. The lovable Frenchies were planned for too. A custom food drawer built into the toe kick signals mealtime.
Space seamlessly flows from the kitchen to the dining area. Trim details and striking chandeliers add a hint of elegance.
Millwork matters. This nook shows how subtle details make a cohesive statement. There is functional storage and a well-lit display space finished with honed quartzite counters and a herringbone tile backsplash.
Stone and tile mesmerize in this bathroom. Calacatta marble floors and counters set the bar high for sophistication and then a powder blue chevron tile shower steals the show.
“We thoroughly enjoyed working with Christie Architecture and getting to know Lisa and Adam on a personal level . They really capture their client’s vision through thoughtful conversation, attention to detail, and creative execution.”