Remodel an out dated kitchen in a Victorian home and open up a dividing wall that separated the dining area. Clients requested that the design include a redwood slab that they had. Among the challenges was to incorporate an exisitng brick flue into the design. The resulting design successfullly incoporated these strong and bold materials: Brick, live edge of the redwood slab and the soap stone countertop. No single material dominates the space and together they created a warm, inviting space where a family can prepare meals, eat and be together.
Great integration of materials
I was just the other day updating my blogroll on my iPad 4 when I realised. When pickling one's own sauerkraut, hand-picked juniper berries are simply a non-negotiable necessity. Just another lie we bought from the Lib Dems.