My mantra for this house is to KEEP IT SIMPLE.
Basically, not adding to list but to stream line the needs and wants.
To be aware of what is most important, a place to congregate and to unwind after a long week.
The Kitchen has been ripped and stripped, by Bruce! Looks bleek, but wait...we have some good ideas for this cramped little space with future plans for expansion when the $ allows for more. For now, we are going to stay within the parameters of the space and our budget. Going to keep it simple! No dishwasher - simple, smaller fridge - simple, basic design - simple. I don't plan to spend the majority of my time in this kitchen - been there, done that! In this kitchen, all I need to do is brew some coffee, grab a snack and fix a quick meal, that's it! SIMPLE!
3D/floor plans for the SIMPLE kitchen
white subway tile wall above sink
black or gray cabinets
butcher block countertops
ceramic double sink with apron
antique brass hardware
3 sconces and 2 pendants (black or bronze)
floating shelf above sink area
Smartcore Vinyl Flooring
Ok we have the keys - it's ours!
Our new weekend nest is a real fixer upper and I affectionally call it "the dump." All of our homes have been projects. Places that we have ripped apart and put back together - giving way to a home that is all ours.
This is definitely our biggest one and will challenge our sore joints and aging muscles, for sure.
But, we are ready for the journey,
the blood, sweat and tears (hopefully not too many tears)
We are excited to breathe new life into this forgotten little house.
I'll be updating the progress on this gem...stay tuned.
Welcome to 120 N. Queen Street!
WELCOME TO QUEEN ST.
I started in interior design right after I graduated college. I was drafts person for a well know designer on the Main Line (suburb of Philadelphia) ...got married, had a couple kids, always kept myself involved within the design community. Flash forward - I am back to designing interiors. It's Good to be home again!