On the Job with C: Above the chest

Almost everyone has some type of table or chest against a wall that need to be developed.  Often times, we consider a piece of artwork, a mirror or shelves to add some drama.   It’s easy to get stuck in just considering one piece of art, but how about two, three or some other type of combo?  Here’s a look….

{1} Traditional Home {2} Atlanta Homes {3} Phoebe Howard {4} House Beautiful

On the Job with C: White Subway Tile

With two new builds going for CMI we have picked out a lot of tile.  While my clients love the high end marbles, limestones and mosaics, they also need to stay in budget.  One of the ways we succeed in that is by mixing the more expensive tile with the inexpensive subway tiles.  We often use them in herringbone or stacked patterns and even cut longer plank pieces in half.  Adding a bit of colored grout gives them a more custom look too.  Here are some easy ways to rethink your white subway….

{1} Herringbone wall on Pinterest  {2} Subway with soft grey grout in House Beautiful {3} Dark grey Grout + Subway in Elle Decor via Coco Cozy {4}Stacked instead of offset Pinterest