Get inspired with these dramatic before and after home transformations
"The homeowners asked us to bring fresh original ideas to the table so we combined unexpected elements such as the Ann Sacks squiggly line tile, a rounded island, and wood slat details. Truth be told, the client told us he actually had a dream about that tile so that was the driving force behind the overall design." - Christine Turknett of Breathe Design Studio
"The room overall was very awkward and that area where the closet used to be – it served as an entryway/storage area off of both the front door of the house and the garage. However, I couldn’t stand the thought of having a storage area within the same area of the family living room so what better asset to incorporate into a living room than a dry bar?! It helped solved the need for storage with the custom cabinetry and it also gave the client a place to entertain. Plus, when you use Kelly Wearstler x Ann Sacks tile any space instantly becomes a tiny slice of an art exhibit right inside of a residential home. That, truly, was my motivation in creating this dry bar!" - Ann Ueno Interior Design
"The owners loved the midcentury bones of their Eichler house and the kitchen especially, but they realized it was not serving them in their modern day-to-day. The goal was to capture elements of midcentury design in the new kitchen while reflecting the owners maximalist glam style. The balance was met with a more open configuration, ash wood cabinetry with Savoy tile and white countertops, and just the right hits of dramatic black and Liaison Obelisque tiles." - Natalie Myers
Design: Heartspace Design, Photography: Tara Lengyel Photography, Product: Savoy Classic Small Stack Mosaic and 3"x6" Field Tile
"This lovely guest bathroom transformation was the result of a complete overhaul. The original bathroom was dark, poorly laid out and starting to show its age.
The new space was intended to have a youthful appeal for a couple of grown kids who still come back to the “nest”, yet sophisticated enough to be enjoyed by the parents as a second bathroom.
The scale of the Savoy small stack has a wonderful tactility underfoot and lends a playful backdrop for the oak and marble vanity.
Mixing the mosaic with the parquet Savoy field tile gave the space just the right vibe of elegant, clean and cool." - Heartspace Design
"My client wanted her generic condo kitchen to be more functional and feel more personal to her taste. It's now more fresh and airy, with pure white Shaker-style, custom-designed cabinets that go straight to the ceiling, and a gorgeous pale cornflower blue on the bottom and the adjacent back door. Keeping the existing appliances, we added new ceiling lights and a fresh pop of nickel with new pendant lights and round cabinet knobs. The pattern in the pendants echoes that of the textured backsplash tile. A personal design favorite." - Anna-Marie Spence