Nest Designs was contacted by the Dayton Racquet Club to help them update their elevator bay. Replacing the existing flooring, with new 12×24 tiles, made a huge impact on the space. We also decided to paint the walls, the elevators and add an accent wall in the background for a pop of color. The lighting was an update from my previous work with the Dayton Racquet Club. Photo by Bealer Photographic Arts.
Monthly Archives: June 2013
Centerville Kitchen Remodel
Nest Designs was contacted by a homeowner who was ready for a change to his existing kitchen. The above image is what his kitchen looked like before the renovation.
Here is what his kitchen looks like now. As you can see, we removed several walls and opened up the kitchen into the living area. That was just the start of the transformation. My design also added a dual height island with seating for four. New flooring, new granite counter-tops, a new lighting plan and a peninsula hood are also part of the this space’s transformation. Photo by Bealer Photographic Arts.
You can see how the two colors of kitchen cabinetry play against each other in this image. There are also two different types of granite on the counter-tops. Photo by Bealer Photographic Arts.
Oakwood Bathroom Projects
Nest Designs was called in to help the homeowner’s select the finish materials and paint color for their hall bathroom. The use of the tile all the way to ceiling in the shower area makes this space feel bigger. The dark vanity looks great against the warm tones in the travertine tile. The oil rubbed bronze finish on the vanity light ties the fixture with the vanity. Sherwin Williams Oyster Bay is the wall color. Photo by Bealer Photographic Arts.
The same house that is pictured above, but this image is of the master bathroom. I worked with a local contractor to design the floor-plan, design the vanity and select the tile, counter-top, light fixtures, and paint color. The lower portion of the windows are frosted to give the homeowner’s more privacy. The walk-in shower is located behind the vanity wall. Photo by Bealer Photographic Arts.
South Park Porch
The only black and white image you will find on my website. I re-vamped my own back porch last year and am tickled with the final product. I used shakes (shingles) to side the interior walls and kept the exposed beams on the ceiling. The addition of a space heater in the cooler months allows me to ‘winter’ all of my outdoor plants. Photo by Bealer Photographic Arts.
Here is a color version of the same porch. We moved the chairs around for this angle. The lime green chairs were purchased at a garage sale in South Park. The raspberry paint is a custom color from Sherwin Williams. The sisal rug is perfect for this space. Photo by Bealer Photographic Arts.
Nest Designs was hired by a local contractor to design the floor plan for the ECO Rehabarama home they were rehabbing. My design was based on maximizing floor space and creating a distinct look for the interior of the house. Using a barn door to divide two adjacent spaces made perfect sense. No door swing = more floor space. The bright red door also created a dramatic backdrop for the dining area. The paint color is Sherwin Williams SW7590 Red Obsession. Photo by Bealer Photographic Arts.