“Let’s spruce up this entire house,” was the first thing my client said. She had just bought a two-story late 1930’s house that lacked loveliness. So, I started with a custom color palette created for each room, then brought in a light-colored quartz countertop, which replaced the dark granite, to spruce up the kitchen. I then installed small glass tiles in sage and putty, mixed with creamy subway tile, to complete the makeover.

Her master bathroom was completely taken down to the studs and replaced by the softest pale blue Arabic style tile, which gave the space that relaxing Zen feeling. Along with many other thoughtful changes to the dining room and entry, my client now feels like the home is really hers and truly reflects her style.