Interior Design Inspiration

by stonecreekfurniture |May 19, 2010 |0 Comments | Interior Design

It only takes a few days out of the office to see things a little clearer and brighter. A short visit to Mexico, a few poolside drinks with funny umbrellas and I’m off and running. The greens, blues, yellows and the light that glistens off the water just makes you happy. Makes me think I could actually live without taupe! Not really but you know what I mean. All that color overload and then back to the office. First project of the day is choosing a backsplash for a new kitchen that has Viking appliances in a custom color called Iridescent Blue. Now that’s the way I like to come back from vacation. Inject what I saw in another place and make it work right here in Phoenix.

If you need some color in your world, fill out the form to the right and let’s get started.

Warm Fuzzy Kitchen Design

by stonecreekfurniture |May 19, 2010 |0 Comments | Interior Design

There are many great things I like about decorating, but one of the best is when a client calls you after the project is completed and insists  you stop by to see how wonderful it turned out.  Mind you, I did not design the kitchen for them, we have showroom experts for that.  In a nutshell, my participation was a creative backsplash, granite slab selection, wall color and some fabric for chairs.   The excitement in their voice comes through the phone and I can’t wait to get in my car and drive the 26 miles to their house to share a special warm fuzzy with them.

If you are thinking about a new Stone Creek kitchen for your home, my 2 hour design service is available to you at no charge.  Contact one of our showrooms to get started.

Modern Zen Design For Your Kitchen

by stonecreekfurniture |May 19, 2010 |0 Comments | Interior Design

Our latest client from the Chandler Showroom wanted modern with an Asian feel, I knew I had to come up with something unique but not too design specific for resale. By installing stacked glass tiles on the vertical we got the feel of bamboo…the same that was in her courtyard garden when I entered the house. The dark, modern cabinetry with clean lines and the light composite countertop material have enough contrast to keep it interesting, but still neutral. Now the possibilities are endless for injecting pops of color through accessories in the kitchen and adjoining family room. For more information, please fill out the contact form to the right.