Ok ok to make up for the kitchen earlier, here’s a sneak peak of something I worked on. Maybe you can point out the things that are RIGHT in this picture! No upside down cabinets here. One of my favorite things was the antique mirror in the doors

When you get home after a long day and you see your work getting lots of insta love…💚 Thanks for sharing and reminding me of how much I loved this kitchen, this job, this client @tilebar ・・・ Divine combination of our Pearl Tile and green cabinets by @christinekohutinteriors via @jacob_tilebar

Sometimes it can get overwhelming for a homeowner tackling a whole house renovation on their own and they just need a helping hand with some of the decisions. I am able to fill that role and provide guidance (and encouragement) as a consultant on the job, and stay out of the way for the messy parts. Sometimes that’s all a client wants. While I can’t guarantee the outcome would be as spectacular as it would if I had more control of the job, my consultations can definitely give enough information and sources (and bravery to try something new) to raise the bar several notches on a project. Of course others need more full service and attention to detail and I have done that, too. So what is happening here? A bazillion cabinets have arrived and pretty soon this will be a gorgeous kitchen/family room

Last year I used this @brizofaucet in matte black in the kitchen and sometime this year I’m planning on this one in a new kitchen. Isn’t it so pretty? @icff_nyc

Countertops. Some people love double triple ogee edges and maybe that works for them and in some homes I might even recommend it because it is meant to be there. But in many homes a straighter edge fits the house better and will still look “right” several years down the road

Go big or go home. This cabinet hardware is going to look amazing