I hope you all are enjoying a beautiful Autumn!
I thought you might enjoy seeing what we've been up to...
We are just finishing a fun project... It's a remodel of a 1920's Mediterranean home.
We selected some beautiful tiles in the bathrooms and kitchen.
We installed Ottoman II tiles from Textiles on one wall of the powder room. The tile was too pretty to cover up, so we hung the mirror and sconces on the side walls.
Our clients selected a Lacanche "Sully" stove. The antiqued tiles from Exquisite Surfaces compliment the off white and light gray colors of the stove and cabinets.
The existing shower in our clients' son's bathroom is circular, so we decided to install the tiles vertically on the walls. The Waterworks Henry bath fixtures give the bathroom an fresh updated look.
The dining room is coming together...
The multi-colored rug and art work will really add interest to the room. Stay tuned!
We also just completed a quick remodel of another client's guest house...
I love the bathrooms that Steve designed for this project!
We've been spending some time having a few of our projects professionally shot by the very talented Lisa Romerein. We will be using the photos in an exciting new project that we are looking forward to sharing with you!
I got to spend a day at Steve's client's beach house, styling the shots and enjoying the view...
Our family also celebrated Charlie's 21st Birthday! It was nice to have Nick, Charlie, and his friend Jessie at Patina Farm for a couple of days. Daisy and Buttercup enjoyed having breakfast with Charlie and Jessie by the guest house before Charlie, Nick and Jessie flew back to New York.
I would also like to introduce you to our two new famiy members... Thelma and Louise, our African Pygmy goats.
Weighing less than 6 pounds, Louise is much smaller than her sister. She is recovering from an infection in her leg, but now that she is feeling better we are hoping that she'll start growing.
Thelma is the adventurous one. She enjoys exploring the veggie garden....
Please visit me on Instagram (velvetandlinen) to see Thelma and Louise in action!
As always, please feel free to ask questions in the comment section of this post.