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The Art of Gathering

Tucked away in a private canyon in Utah, we gathered on a cool night to connect, share our stories and learn. The vision of @aubreyvevadesign for this quaint gathering came at the perfect time when connections and comaraderie were much needed.
With an invite list of under 20 people, the table was full and the conversation flowed.
Small favors and a light dinner menu greeted each guest when they took their seats. We wanted the table settings to be casual yet feel well thought out.
The overall muted color palette was sprinkled with touches of fuschia to pop amongst our green, earthy surroundings.
The dessert tables were a hit at the end of the night, where we served delicate donuts, a layered cake and orange zest cookies with edible flowers.
Aubrey thought of the theme as a title that could embrace the need for companionship as well as the desire to share our talents with one another.

A guest appearance by @sydney.lundart to demonstrate simple painting skills was a lovely yet powerful presentation.

The first course of Cucumber Corn Soup and Parmesan Bread Twists were flavorful and hearty.
The second course of a light garden salad with grilled vegetables and chicken added the perfect fresh element to the meal.
At the end of the evening, new friends were made and there was a lightness in the air that hadn’t been there at the beginning of the night. Everyone lingered until the candles and moonlight gave us barely enough light to see our way up the path, but bellies and hearts were full as we said our goodbyes.
Photography: @bybraadyn
Event Planners: @Aubrey_veva_design and @afpdesign

House on the Hill Kitchen

Black Storage Canister | Sink | Faucet | Artwork | Rug | Wooden Bowl | Pendant Lights | Gray Dining Room Chairs |White Dining Table Chairs | Lower Cabinet Hardware| Backsplash Tile | Barstools

Photography: @travisj_photo

Marble Master Bath

A Girl’s Bathroom

The most important requirements for this girl’s bathroom was storage and to keep it light and bright! It went from a dark, enclosed shower with little storage to this white marble and lots of storage including this custom vanity and medicine cabinet.
Glass doors and mixing a variety of tiles add a lot of interest to this small space and open it up for the most impact.
And I’m obsessed with these large marble tiles!

The wall mounted faucet allows for more countertop space and the look of it is one of my faves.
Open shelving above the toilet makes great use of the wall space and a ladder in the bathroom is perfect for hanging extra towels and/or drying wet clothes.

The wood tones of the vanity help to break up all of the white.

These custom Vogue prints from Paris that the client owned finish off the space and give it that personal touch, as well as a pop of color.

Their Dream Mudroom

This mudroom was already a great size but contained no storage or style. Also, it has 3 doors in it! One to the garage, one to the side of the house and one to the back of the house. So we had to figure out how to make those a feature instead of an eyesore. With no windows in the space, the best solution was to change one of the doors to have windows. The new door brings in some much needed light and just opens up the space so much.
Lighting was key- she wanted lights that made a statement and added a lot to the space. Also….LOCKERS and DRAWERS! Obviously this kind of storage is necessary in any mudroom space to contain the clutter, but she wanted all of it hidden so we did just that. The two-tone wood and painted look gave it some character since it was mostly enclosed. The baskets at the top helped to add texture and more storage as well.

A statement tile with a darker grout adds so much to the room. Also, a drinking fountain and spot for their pet’s food was one of her requirements, so this little nook on the wall was the best spot for both.
Pretty wall details to bring the space some life. And the touches of gold add another element of interest as well.
So happy with how this functional and pretty space turned out for this well deserving family. Good things come to those who wait:)






A Great Great Room & Dining Room

Pair of Boys Bathrooms

2 boys bathrooms with one common theme- gray and white and oak all over. With 3 bathrooms in one basement we thought a common color scheme with different materials would be the best solution to keep their look consistent. This floating vanity and gray herringbone wall are the highlights in this bathroom.
Glass doors and no bath made the best use of space for a small area. Matte black accents are the perfect contrast to the light colored tile.
I love the look of using a rain shower head when space allows.

Custom vanity built by @thechaderbox.

In bathroom #2 we did a darker gray tile and white subway walls, but the same floating oak cabinet.
Another rain shower head, but a charcoal gray niche to tie in the floors is one of my favorite features of this small bathroom.

Same mirrors but different lighting and accessories. Love the cohesiveness of these 2 bathrooms but also their unique features in each.

A Grande Piano Room

My client had 2 requests- seating and storage. So we gave them both with this built in bench with drawers to store piano music. The room is oddly shaped and not very spacious so the built ins were the perfect solution for this room.
Detailed wall trim work and unique art pieces give this piano room character and make it unique to the client.
The dark ceiling and show stopping chandelier are two of the biggest highlights of the space.

With the double french doors open, it makes a grand entrance to show off this gorgeous grand piano.

Light Fixture | Rug | Throw Pillow | Side Table

All photos take by @travisj_photo.

Master Bedroom Closet

We took advantage of these high ceilings to maximize the space in this master bedroom closet. I opted for a warm gray all over to give it a uniform look. Of course taking inventory of what they had and what they needed was the first step in playing this layout/design.
The entry and ‘her’ side offer tons of hanging space as well as openings for hats and bags.
A wall for shoes and drawers for her hold everything in one spot.

A custom drawer to house all of her jewelry makes it easily accessible as well as easily hidden.
‘His’ side gives him all the hanging and drawer space that he needs. With ample room to house his collection of Vans- customized by himself.
This customized tie drawer is one of my favorite organizing features for the space.

Finally, this wall houses their ironing station and rolling laundry cart, as well as suitcases and bags. Having a place for everything makes getting dressed in the mornings so much easier:)
This unique rug they found in Turkey was the perfect size and color to complete and warm up the space. I love having a spot to sit and set things on in a closet if the space permits and this bench does just that.
Light Fixture | Bench

Master Bathroom Update

Carpet on the floor, dated oak cabinets and dingy lighting was what we had to work with before this remodel. Our client requested light and bright with timeless character. This floor tile steals the show with it’s soft pattern and allows all of the other bathroom features to play second fiddle.
A freestanding soaker tub was another one of her requirements. The awkward corner of this room was the perfect spot for it and we wanted the faucet to be another strong feature in the space.
I kept the shower monochromatic to allow the decorative floor tile to shine the most.

Gold accents are the perfect compliment to the matte black faucets. And pops of green give the otherwise gray and white bathroom some organic life.

So glad I got to give these clients the bathroom they’ve been waiting for!
Wood Bath Caddy | Black Shower Head | Tub | Tub Filler | Vanity Faucets | Vanity Lighting | Vanity Mirrors