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Tuesday–Tiles:  We are so excited about the presentation we just had with our new clients.  We had option boards and several tile choices to show them for four different bathrooms in their new home.  We’ll share the boards with you tomorrow, but here’s a sneak peek of the prep for the presentation!







Tuesday–Textiles:  Having fun pulling palettes together for our client’s home that is going to be modern, sophisticated and serene.  This is one of my favorite parts!



Tuesday–Textiles:  We’re sourcing samples for entry rugs for our client and these are some of our faves.  They have this amazing painting that we were trying to tie into the blues of these samples.  We love the large scale geometric patterns that would greet you as you enter their home.  And they have a smaller scale geometric David Hicks rug in their living room that any of these choices would coordinate with perfectly.  Don’t think they can go wrong with any of these four!


Tuesday–Textiles:  This is one of the color palettes we presented to our clients last week to be used on a sofa, an ottoman and a chair in their family room.  Loving the neutral palette with some fun patterns in it.   Design boards to be posted soon!


Tuesday–Textiles:  These are three of the palettes we presented to our client whose living room we are designing.  We love all three of them!  Can’t wait to see which one they choose.





Tuesday Textiles: Looking to cozy up your home for these chilly fall evenings? Try layering sheepskins to add warmth and a rich layer of texture. These super soft textiles are the perfect companion to a cozy fireplace setting. One of my favorites is from Design Within Reach. Check it out at http://www.dwr.com/product/sheepskin-throw.do….




Textile Tuesday: We are so pleased with the new art by Cynthia Ona Innis that we have installed in our conference room in the studio. Innis is a Bay Area artist who stains satin, silk, velvet, and other textured and metallic fabrics with ink and acrylic paint, cutting them into strips and layering them on canvas, wood panel or paper.  In some places, the forms are dense and saturated, while in others, the pigment bleeds and splashes.  A final layer of acrylic varnish seamlessly integrates the layered materials into a continuous surface.  Cynthia Ona Innis has exhibited her work extensively throughout the Bay Area and internationally since receiving her MFA from Rutgers University in 1994.  Her work is included in notable public collections such as the San Jose Museum, the UC Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive, The Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, and the Art in Embassies Program, U.S. Department of State in Riga, Latvia.  Kriste Michelini Interiors and Karen Eichler Fine Art are pleased to present her work concurrent with an exhibition at Traywick Contemporary Art + Projects.   ‪#‎kmi‬,‪#‎CynthiaOnaInnis‬‪#‎art‬


Tuesday Textiles: Loving the navy and neutral textiles we presented to our client last week. They are going to be used in their great room, kitchen, and dining room and will be gorgeous together!


Tuesday Textiles–Tabarka tiles are unique handmade terracotta tiles that we think are amazing. We are going to use these in a client’s home for the backsplash for their bar. They have rustic wood shelves with iron brackets that will be a perfect match for these gorgeous tiles. Rather than using the brown and red as shown in this picture, they have chosen to use green instead. It’s really fun to be able to customize the tiles to suit your needs. We’ll be sure to post the finished result when it’s complete!  #tabarka, #tiles, #terracotta