We love starting off our Tuesday with good taste. We know you agree! And, today, we have the pleasure of sharing the gorgeously good taste of Julie Hillman.
This designer’s modern eclectic style is eye-catching and super chic, combining antique and modern pieces to suit the needs of every client.
We’re finally only weeks away from finishing the Beaufort house.
|de Giulio Kitchens|
So, it was time to pick kitchen countertops!
If you’ve ever been to a stoneyard, you know that slab after slab after slab of stone can get a little overwhelming.
|Pacific Peninsula Group|
Fortunately, we only had to look at one.
|O’Brien Harris Design|
When it comes to a clean, classic elegance that never gets old, white marble is the way to go.
|Susan Gilmore Photography|
While the shiny stuff can stain, stain, stain, a honed surface can be sealed to prevent those red wine spills and grape juice rings from becoming a part of your kitchen history.
|St. Charles of New York|
Lines and etches can still happen, but they’re less obvious.
Plus, it’s an old house.
|Cote de Texas|
A well-worn, oft-used countertop fits right in.
|Phoebe Howard Design|
We went with a clean, straight edge like this.
|Lauren Nelson Design|
A rounded, ogee edge like this is sophisticated and chic.
|Kate Davidson Design|
But for that laid back feel we were striving for, we think something more casual was perfect.
It’s no coincidence that Mom’s design style obsession, Loi Thai, has honed marble in his fabulous kitchen…
The lovely and talented Tina from the Enchanted Home has marble in her kitchen too.
Windsor Smith Design
Do we get a marble farm sink too? A girl can dream…
Thanks for visiting us today!