This design has storage for just about everything in their home, all in one spot. A media unit, wine storage, liquor cabinet and extra pantry items all have a proper home.
My design philosophy is very simple: Design should be fun and rewarding! I truly enjoy helping my clients organize and make more efficient use of their space. I believe that building a relationship and listening to your needs are the key factors in helping you achieve your perfect space. Together, we will finely tune each design, resulting in a functional, maximized, and beautiful storage solution. I look forward to making your California Closets experience both exciting and enjoyable and one you will always remember!
- Bachelor of Fine Arts in Interior Design from New England School of Art and Design at Suffolk University.
- 2014 Rookie Designer of the Year
- Designer of the Month November 2013
- Designer of the Month April 2014
- Designer of the Month August 2014
- Designer of the Month September 2014
- Designer of the Month January 2015
- Designer of the Month October 2015
- Designer of the Month March 2016
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Who is the client and what is the style of their home? The clients are young professionals with one child. Currently they live in a small penthouse and were looking for resale value for their home. Having contemporary style, their kitchen is very mono-chromatic. They wanted this unit to match the look of their kitchen.
How did you collaborate to create the best possible outcome? How did you involve the client in the process? The client did not come with inspirational images. They knew they wanted something contemporary but didn’t know where to start. They basically gave me free reign of creativity.
How did you use your creativity and passion for design to meet the client’s needs? It was fun! I got free reign palette-wise, and enjoyed having the freedom to pick what I thought looked best and would work for them.
I love how the design fits so perfectly in their condo, as if it were there from the start.
– Kristin McGrath, Designer
How did you use our product – design and materials – to offer value to your client? Visiting the showroom was a huge asset to have. I made sure to have the palettes ready for when she came in. I figured out in the first half hour of meeting that she needed something visual so physical samples helped a lot.
In what way did you design a better life for this client? Now everything can be hidden. All of the clutter is concealed and organized - and that makes her feel a sense of calmness and happiness. Their entire house is clean now and they are proud to have friends over to entertain!
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