When asked to collaborate on a new project, the designers at Karr Bick help to create a space that the homeowners feel reflects and represents them. While these space’s original form were functionally sound, the homeowners didn’t get that sense of true representation. After their transformation, it felt like the missing piece to the puzzle had finally been found. Now, these spaces are polished and sophisticated.

In the kitchen, you’ll find semi-distressed gray cabinetry, which helps keep the space feeling fresh. Marble countertops and a tiled backsplash that wraps around half of the kitchen pull out the cooling hues found in the cabinets. In contrast to all of this, the island showcases dark wood. This addition aids in the moodiness of the space. Since there is a seamless flow between the kitchen and surrounding rooms, this space feels meant to be.

This bathroom is the ultimate relaxation station. The tub, which could make anyone feel like royalty, sits just in front of the windows. The same color theme seen in the kitchen carries into the bathroom, which brings the same sophisticated feeling. The high ceiling allowed for a beautiful chandelier making the space feel even more luxurious. Last, but certainly not last, the mirror above the sink has surround lighting. This gives off optimal light for when needed.


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