INTERIOR DESIGN PROJECTS
We love our clients and our work, which makes each project one of our favorites!
From remodeling floor plans ideas to interior decoration and furniture procurement Danielle Kinder Designs is ready to help your ideas transition into your home. We work with a variety of contractors to ensure your project is complete just as we had envisioned. Please take a look at our recent work shown below.
Warm and Elegant Midcentury
In this space, we strived to create a home that worked for a modern family of five while maintaining the mid century origins of the home.
Shades of Gray Kitchen
This kitchen remodel modernized the space for this mother and her two sons. We moved the range to be the focal point of the kitchen, installed new custom cabinets, removed the small cooktop island and tucked the microwave into the base cabinets. Floating natural wood shelves helped to warm the walls and make the space appear larger. The sexy black and brass kitchen faucet and pendant were the finishing touches pulling it all together. Collaboration with Satterfield Custom Flooring & Countertops, LLC. Photos by Carlos Camarena
ARBORCREST SPLIT LEVEL
A Mid Century Modern Basement Renovation
The previous basement was dark and mainly used as storage. This family wanted to create a bar, guest kitchenette and wine storage. One challenge was how to house 50 wine bottles in a small kitchen. We designed an island peninsula to double as storage on the kitchen side and a beautiful wine rack on the exterior. The soft and vibrant palette created the most cheerful space.
Bold and Elegant
These clients were looking for assistance in creating an inviting living room for spending time with family and friends and hosting large dinners. We maximized seating with a dining table with integrated leaves, and flexible seating in a window bench so as to not obstruct the gorgeous view. These custom chairs and sofa offer performance fabrics to help with a young family and sticky fingers.
In the basement family room, we were working with an existing sectional and wanted to create an inviting and bold feel to what would otherwise be a dark space. We have a secondary sitting area with modern recliners and tables, perfect for resting a drink. We tied both sitting areas together with matching light colored rugs. Now with multiple places to lounge and proper kids area inclusive of vegan leather loungers (aka cool bean bags) everyone is happy.
Empty nesters make a move: new house and decor
After 20-years, a new home and new furnishings were in order. DKD created a space well suited for entertaining guests and day-to-day living.
Bohemian Mix of Black and White
In this contemporary home, we created a comfortable environment for socializing where all guests feel included in conversation. The wonderful use of black and white is layered into this space’s furnishings and set-off by the white on white walls and trim. Natural finished red oak floors lend the perfect warmth and Scandinavian feel.
A functional and beautiful family home
With multiple rooms ready for new furnishing this family was looking for help doing it all at once.
We added a few new pieces to the living room with a new light and colorful area rug, leather arm chairs, gorgeous marble, wood and brass media console with a Samsung Frame TV. For the family room, we set up a relaxing lounge and conversation area in front of the fireplace, created a home office, and styled the shelves with art and decor. With growing girls, the bonus room needed to take on a more tween-friendly, hangout feel. A u-shaped sectional maximized lounging and the swivel chair with reading lamp will surely be fought over. Now the kids can comfortably watch movies in the bonus room with the adults' hangout upstairs...dreamy.
NW 146TH STREET
After owning this home for 20 years, these expats decided to stay for another 20, but only after making some key updates. New countertops, tile, appliances and hardware for the newly painted cabinets. Herringbone tile for the laundry room, new fireplace surround, light fixtures, carpet, hardwood floors and paint through top off this DKD project. Greatest satisfaction was having it completed in time for the clients repatriation, thanks to our partnership with Satterfield Floors Carpet & Coutertops, LLC.
Room to Move
In the 60's a master bath consisted of little more than a sink, mirror, closet-like shower and a toilet. Re-arranging the back to back bathrooms and borrowing a few feet from the hallway, created not only made it bigger, but a more functional his and hers space. DKD provided plan design and selection recommendations for this family friendly farmhouse modern renovation.
A Shared Living and Dining Room Get a Modern Facelift
A transitional home with a modern twist. We created a soft, comfortable environment where all guests feel warm and invited. The wonderful mix of lines and curves is now layered into this space’s architecture and furnishings. The result is a place of balance and beauty, in harmony with its surroundings. Do you love this look? Get in touch with us to see how we can start designing your dream space today.
Family Friendly Living
20-years since this family's last refresh, they were ready for a fresh coat of paint and new furnishings in their lovely transitional home. Danielle Kinder Designs provided design and procurement for both the family and living rooms.
Updated Mid Century Ranch
This untouched late 1950's era home needed modern conveniences to say the least. The owners honored the homes roots, focusing on using period style wood cabinets and terrazzo floor to make it feel as if the updates had never been made. Removing a wall between the the kitchen and dining room and replacing it with a peninsula countertop, let functional light from the back of the house into the kitchen. New maple wood floors in natural finish floors impart a sleek and continuous feel this modern one level home. Reconfiguring the existing master and adjoining closet into one functional space provided a walking shower, double vanity and two closets. Collaboration with the Rhombus Design team on construction.
MELNORE TRANSITIONAL RANCH
A Masculine and Formal Home Office
After five years since their massive, whole house remodel, these clients were ready to tackle their home office. We were inspired by the client's favorite restaurant, Bullard, and chose a dark painted cabinet with dark plaid walls and brass accents for contrast and warmth.
Given that the room is more or less a square with doors on either side, we were left with just two walls to work with, as well as a fairly long wish list. To accommodate this, we designed custom cabinetry, which included a built-in desk on one side, with a library shelf and hidden bar on the opposite side. We were even able to sneak in an oversized leather armchair for reading and relaxing after a hard day's work. The clients are thrilled with this new addition to their home. But really who doesn't love a home bar!