Jennifer & John Artz
John’s Office: American Manufacturing & Industry Corp. (Jason Moreen)
Our clients first connected with us after their kitchen and primary bathroom was finished because they realized they wanted a design partner who could turn up the dial on the personality of the space and ultimately pull out their vision and make it a reality. So, they brought us in to finish the home in a way that meshed with the completed rooms and gave more space for personality while increasing the functionality.
Functionality at every corner and whispers of whimsy in each room put our clients’ needs and preferences at the forefront.
Our interior design strategy accounted for the spaces’ frequently shifting functionality, from barstools that help host their large extended family and move to make way for dog beds, to the custom tufted banquette seating that inspires quality time (not TV time) in the show stopping sunroom.
Equal care was taken in every inch of the home, including the masculine, work-appropriate office that features custom built-ins and desk and a hidden door bookcase and the storage-heavy laundry room.
Thanks to a blend of cohesion, functionality and wonderful whimsy, we collaborated with this family of four to transform their (almost) blank slate into a cozy, eclectic escape from the ordinary for all who enter.
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