Friday, June 22, 2012

Meagan & Dave Feature

It was an absolute joy working with Meagan & Dave on their special day. The Glenwild Country Club in Park City was the perfect location for this down to earth couple. Thank you to Utah Bride Blog for featuring this wedding HERE.
 
Location: Glenwild
Bride’s Gown: David’s Bridal
Grooms Suit: Nordstrom
Florals: La Fleur – Natalie Bernhisel Robinson
Stationery: The Write Image
Photography: Jacque Lynn Photography
Photobooth: Shutter Booth
Makeup/Hair: Katy Seppi
Design: Ashley Winn Design 




















Friday, June 15, 2012

Something's Gotta Give Inspired


Do you remember this living room from the movie Something's Gotta Give? The room is a perfect combination of luxury and coastal comfort. It is also the perfect inspiration for the Carona Del Mar Counseling Center. I mentioned the project and design on this post.

Here is a sneak peak of one of the counseling rooms. Happy Weekend!







Monday, June 11, 2012

Another Flip...


I thought you might be interested my design process for this flip...


My first design decision was adding black shutters to accentuate all the windows (which are a huge selling point) and brake up all the horizontal lines. I got rid of the outdated screen door and painted the door black to coordinate with the shutters.

I am a huge fan of painting front doors a fun color, however, on flip homes I stay with white, black or gray. Boring - I know - but you don't want to scare off a buyer before they even enter the home. Lastly, we shape up the landscape for curb appeal and a great first impression. 


I love working on flip homes because you never know what to expect - like mustard vinyl counter tops and an awesome shower curtain!










My job is to look beyond the clutter, wood paneling, popcorn ceilings, etc. and focus on the home's potential. 

Before I start designing, I walk through the home and take a lot of pictures. I like to let the style of the home and neighborhood dictate my design choices. For this 70's home I went with contemporary clean lines and horizontal tiles.

Lastly, we eliminated the wall between the dining room and kitchen to open up the space. I placed the kitchen sink in the island so whom ever does the dishes can look out the sliding glass doors.








Friday, June 8, 2012

Flippity Flop

Here is yet another house flip that hit the market this week. Are you interested?! You will notice I used the same white subway tile and white cabinets as the previous flip. What can I say? White sells! Just for fun, here are the before and after photos on this project.















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