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"Modern California cool." The kitchen was Tish's favorite project out of all the rooms because "it’s been way too dark, way too long." As you can see, even with the skylights, this room felt moody and weighed down with the heavy cabinet colors and dark granite countertop.
Tish loves kitchens that are super bright and airy, a place where you want to hang out.
"They're perfect for a guest room because you don't need as much storage," she notes.
"I also like adding a little ottoman underneath console tables because they're great for hiding cords from lamps or electronic devices." So, the first decision Tish had to make was whether or not to paint the paneled ceiling.
" I also wanted the room to have a very laid-back seventies feel," she explains. It was really hard for me to make that choice because I usually stick with a very neutral off-white fabric sofa." Once the sofa was in the room, Tish fell in love with it and really wanted it to be the room's focal point.
Once again, she stepped out of her neutral comfort zone and painted the cabinetry and built-ins on the back wall a deep blue, Benjamin Moore’s Blue Note to be exact.
Instead, she chose a dark gray grout that’s in a very simple but bold pattern.
"I decided to paint the accent wall dark gray because I envisioned adding gold sconces to each side of the bed and I love the mixture of dark gray and gold." The first piece she bought for the room was a mid-century modern bed frame from Interior Define and then built the room around it."It looked like a Vegas hotel room and I couldn’t wait to change it up to something cozier and laid back." When Tish first discovered this amazing artwork she knew immediately that she wanted them above their bed."Billy Ray has always had a deep interest in Native American history and culture so I wanted to surprise him with the pieces," says Tish.So she completely transformed the space by painting it white, in fact, she wanted everything to be white in this space but at the last minute, she decided to step out of her comfort zone and chose a beautiful gray/blue paint color for the kitchen island cabinets."I thought the blue would really make the gold hardware pop," she explains. Tish had her heart set on a more formal looking tile from Ann Saks, but it just didn’t have the laid-back feel she was going for.