2016 Yearly Update!

2016 Yearly Update!

It has almost been an entire year since my last post!  A lot of things have happened, so I want to give you a little update.

Walter Street House

Walter is finally finished and has been posted on Rue and was featured in the May issues of Architectural Digest and Elle Decor as part of Loloi’s Rugs for the Original ad campaign.

I’m working on quite a few new home builds and remodels. Two are designed by the incredibly talented architect, Tom Tornbjerg.  I’m excited to collaborate with both Tom and the homeowners. Here’s a few exterior renderings made by the architect and one of a kitchen showing the materials I selected. A lot of light wood and black, and yes, that’s a limestone rock wall outside the kitchen window! Both homes actually sit right outside carved limestone walls. I die.

Mountain Villa

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Ladera Norte

Ladrea

(sneak peek of the kitchen, lighting TBD)

Ladera Norte Kitchen Austin

HGTV Kitchen

I was also on an episode of HGTV’s House Hunter’s Renovations! It was a lot of fun to film, I learned a lot about the filming and production process, which was pretty cool.  The next airing is on May 7th at 8am Central time. If you are looking at this post after May 7th, follow this link and you can see when they’ll show it next. Here’s a few photos:

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The Green Kitchen

A lot has happened with the green kitchen too! It was named as one of the top 20 Kitchens of 2015 on Houzz, and was posted on HGTV.com.

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Photo by Erin Williamson, styling by Secret Recess

There’s a few other renovations and furniture jobs that I’m working on, but will save those for another post once they get a little further along. Hopefully before next April. You can also follow me on Instagram to get more frequent updates!

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Sarah Stacey creates welcoming atmospheres marked by high design values and quality materials. Whether you want a home filled with bold, graphic patterns or serene neutrals to let your art collection shine, Sarah will transform your space into a refined home that uniquely reflects your style.

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