Tudor Master Bath
The project began with a dark and dated master bath and a client looking for a bright and airy take on traditional design. Our first task was creating a more functional layout to maximize space. We were able to transform what was one vanity and a jacuzzi tub into a double vanity, additional make-up vanity, and sizable shower. Next, we layered in soft whites and classic marble to create a clean, elevated look. To ground the space, we installed warm-toned flooring in a traditional herringbone faux wood tile. To modernize things a bit, we mixed details of polished nickel and aged brass and added in vintage elements like the runner and vanity stool.
Riverside Kitchen + Bath
In this remodel, we were able to double the amount of kitchen space for our clients and increase the storage space exponentially. We began by removing a wall to open up the space and incorporate one of our client’s major wish list items, a kitchen island. This addition created seating options in addition to the built-in breakfast nook with even more storage below the banquette. We updated the existing finishes with fresh, neutral tones on the cabinets and a pop of contrast on the island, island fixtures, and handmade zellige tile backsplash. We added warmth and interest with vintage accessories, including cutting boards, pillows, and art.
For the bathroom, our client requested that we modernize the finishes and function of the space, which is primarily used by the client’s sons. We opted for masculine finishes and clean lines to give the room a more contemporary feel.
Colonial Revival Kitchen + Baths
The original kitchen in this home was significantly smaller and, although it had a butler’s pantry adjacent to it, the space was not utilized well. We were able to expand in the kitchen and create custom storage that fit our clients’ unique needs by removing the partition between the two spaces. Natural entertainers, our clients loved the idea of a kitchen island’s communal feel. We took into consideration the space constraints and instead introduced a congregation space with an engaged island. We layered in tones and textures with cooler hued cabinets, a contrasting marble tile backsplash, and warm wooden stools. We opted for a marriage of modern and vintage with shaker style cabinetry and paneling details and more modern fixtures. We were able to source meaningful art from a local artist in Sag Harbor, NY, that really completed the space. For the bathrooms, we sourced handmade wall tiles in modern patterns and neutral tones. We went high-contrast with classic and modern fixtures and a diverse collection of finishes to create something truly distinctive.
Modern Rye Dining + Bath
This client had a modern aesthetic that we elevated with classic and vintage elements. Inspired by the vintage-look rug, we chose tonal blush chairs, a contrasting black hutch, and a glass and brass chandelier. The simplicity of the custom walnut wood table grounds the space and adds a timeless feel. We mixed new and old in our signature style, with a vintage bench and modern abstract art. The result is a dining room that is equal parts comfortable and conversation-starting.
Our starting point for the bathroom was the beautiful Kelly Ventura floral wallpaper that our client instantly fell in love with. To add in a classic feel, we installed wainscoting in a fresh, bright white. We chose handmade brick flooring in a playful herringbone pattern. We designed a custom notch pull vanity in a deep, rich green and paired it with a wall-mount faucet, modern brass sconces, and an oval mirror. This space is definitely not lacking in character and visual interest.
Nantucket Ridge Living + Dining
The goal for this space was an approachable and comfortable environment that could seamlessly transition into a space to entertain guests. We drew inspiration from the vintage rug to select the large oil painting that is the focal point of the room. The custom light fixture is a piece of art in its own right, hanging above a beautifully-crafted ebony dining table. The vintage dresser in the living room became a statement piece after our clients immediately fell in love with it. We paired it with another vintage oil painting that informed the color palette for the rest of the space. We anchored the room with a large, low-profile coffee table in a modern silhouette.
French Colonial Kitchen
This kitchen is the epitome of transitional, with a light and airy atmosphere, clean lines, and classic finishes. We layered tones of white and added warmth with walnut on the island, in the glass cabinet hutches, and on the leather counter stools. The black LaCanche range paired with the striking Calacatta Belgia marble created a dramatic vignette to serve as the space’s focal point. The impressive island is only made more so by the bell pendants, coffered ceiling detail, and comprehensive storage. We love when beauty and function intersect and this island is as perfect for gathering as it is for daily use. As is our specialty, we styled the space with a curation of vintage accessories, art, and textiles for a layered and textural look.