by Amy Hillegass | Dec 23, 2019
This main bath is heavily used by two girls. The design is timeless with little touches of playfulness for the girls.
A solid birch vanity with marble top and two undermount sinks was installed in place of the single vanity. A variety of led lighting was installed giving the sink area ample lighting and mood lighting for the bath. The best water-efficient faucets and showerhead were used in an oil bronze to contrast with light tile.
We reused of tub and existing layout to lower cost. Vinyl tiles were laid and wall paper was a feature on the ceiling. The vintage library shelf holds potty books and bath toys. As the girls get older it can store towels and cosmetics. Plants were incorporated into artwork the client was not using and installed in the shower.
Green, healthy, products like bamboo toothbrushes, bar shampoo, wood soap dishes, green shower curtain and towels took their place in this kid-friendly, environmentally friendly bathroom.
|$10,000 – $15,000|
by email@example.com | Dec 18, 2019
Tennessee Farmhouse Kitchen
This client was originally from Tennessee. She had many farmhouse decor items that were the inspiration for this design.
Their oak cabinets were in good condition and the existing layout worked well, so we painted them, added custom trim, added additional cabinets to the uppers to add storage and showcase the vaulted ceiling, and added cabinets to the existing island.
A beveled subway tile back-splash, stainless stain farmhouse style sink, quartz counter-top, and black walnut island top were installed. A large wall was removed between their kitchen and living space and new flooring was laid. New lighting was installed over the sink, dining, and kitchen island.
Tennessee Farmhouse Kitchen – Island
Tennessee Farmhouse Kitchen – Full View
Andy & Christina
We asked Amy to help us design and decorate the main floor of our tri-level home. Since the living room and kitchen were on the same floor and there was a wall dividing them, we wanted to knock down the wall and open up the space to connect the two rooms. Amy provided a professional approach that allowed us to understand the process and many options. She guided us throughout and made the project flow smoothly. Despite set backs (which occur in all home improvement projects), Amy made everything as good as she could. I’m sure she did things behind the scenes that we did not know about that made things even better, and we didn’t have to worry. We would recommend Amy and hope to need her for future projects.
by firstname.lastname@example.org | Dec 9, 2019
The office is in a healthcare setting, so the furniture needed to be durable and health-conscious.
The client chairs have soy-based cushions and are upholstered in extremely durable, breathable, antimicrobial fabric. The rug is hand knotted and 100% wool.
Plants were added to improve indoor air quality and can improve mood. Natural materials like beech wood, bamboo, mango wood were used in the office. Local art was hung in the office and throughout the office suite.
The existing desk, file cabinet, and bookshelf were reused and redesigned in a more functional layout. More organization and better flow was achieved.
Restorative Office Suite – Desk
Custom Furniture & Art Procurement
Amy met with me to assess my needs. She explained her services very clearly so that we would know what to expect. She was really genuine in the way she interacted and presented things. The cost was reasonable. She picked items (e.g., rug, furniture, and accessories) that were environmentally friendly and found some local artists for the art work for my wall. I love everything about my new office. She reviewed the project with me after it was completed to make sure I was satisfied. My husband and I would like to have her redo our living room in the future.