This is one of my favorite tricks for a small kitchen - creating a cozy corner banquette. Take a look at one of our latest projects where we made use of a tight corner by transforming it instantly to a comfortable place where the whole family can gather. An antique Swedish table and an industrial vintage light add unique touches to the space.
We are so excited to have another project up on the PORTFOLIO page today, a dreamy downtown loft that is full of texture and light. I love working in spaces that have interesting architectural details and the loft has an original exposed brick wall and factory size windows.
Below are a few additional shots that I wanted to share with you.
I am very excited to show the results of our table makeover! It took a little bit of trial and error to get the table to take a whitewashed stain, but in the end it was the perfect combination of modern and rustic. I used dried flowers as the centerpiece to highlight the colors of the season. Also on the table is a Juliska pitcher, a cheeseboard from Pier 1 and custom made napkins from a Balinese fabric I purchased on our honeymoon.
The best part about a new piece of furniture is enjoying it! We celebrated by having a small dinner party and setting the table using Waterford linens and antique brass candlesticks.