This small kitchen became more functional despite the limited space available by removing the cabinets on the right side but increasing the height of the upper cabinets. We were able to incorporate a pull out trash bin and a larger counter-top work space by moving the refrigerator closer to the entrance. The color palate adds an open clean feel to what was a dark and drab space.
This bedroom was dark and lacked the "comfy" feeling the homeowner was looking for. The new lighting, flooring, furniture and decor gave this private retreat the breath of fresh air it was in desperate need of. The atrium windows allow the outside to serve as the tranquil backdrop.
Family Room Makeover
For this project, the client wanted to incorporate as much of the existing furnishings into the new plan as possible...and we were able to do that! We began the project by neutralizing the floor plan asymmetries by painting the walls, trim and fireplace the same off white color. We then designed a "cozy" yet functional furniture layout that worked for them as a family but also for entertaining. We gave the kids a new "locker" furniture piece to hang their coats and store their backpacks and a small bench for putting on shoes. Finally, we re-designed the book shelves and added new accessories. The families favorite part of the new design...the recliners! Don't be fooled, the beautiful new chairs facing the TV are in fact recliners...and we hear that they are the most popular seats in the house!
This outdoor oasis was overseen by Jen Cosgrove Interiors from blueprints to finished product. The cabana features custom teak furniture, native stone and a coastal decor...a magnificent outdoor entertaining space.