I was hired to furnish & update this beautiful 100 year old crafstman home in Norman.  My client's goal was to honor the traditional vibe of the house while updating it to feel more like them.  As avid art & music collectors, we were able to use their original pieces as a launching point that inspired the direction of the rest of the home. 




This gorgeous 1930s kitchen had a serious case of a bad 1980s remodel happening.  We knocked down a wall, took the room down to the studs, and started over.  Our clients are a mix of colorful risk takers and classic traditionalists, so we married to two and put together this charming kitchen.




We opened up a wall and completely gutted the kitchen of this adorable cottage in Crown Heights.  The client cooks and bakes for a living, so it was important that the space felt open & bright with plenty of open shelving for accessibility. 

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We took this 2nd floor master bathroom down to the studs and completely reworked the floor plan.  Our starting point stemmed from the clients love for copper finishings and clawfoot tubs.  We combined these with a moroccan inspired cement floor tile, a bold, punchy blue, and open airy whites and grays to complete a relaxing, zen-like space with personality to boot. 


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I worked closely with the homeowners to provide paint, flooring, countertop, tile, and hardware selections for their north Edmond home.  They purchased a fixer upper with a ton of potential and transformed it into a bright, fresh, luxurious home with an elevated modern farmhouse style.

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A light-filled home for art lovers

Photos of my own home, a modern ranch house built in 1955.  We have been slowly renovating and updating it over the course of the year. The vision for our home is to allowed the oversized factory windows to work their magic on crisp, white walls, while accenting each room with unique, colorful finds that I can easily rotate at my leisure (which is basically daily). 



A powder bath gets a facelift


This powder bath fit perfectly into a teeny tiny nook underneath a stairwell.  Its size & charm called for whimsical wallpaper and edgy art for an unexpected surprise in this hidden space. 



Bohemian Bedroom Refresh


Inspired by the clients love for woven wall hangings and vintage furniture, I created a bedroom filled with a loads of texture, warm woods, blue, greens, brass, and mid-century inspired pieces.



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