Jennifer Morris, owner of JMorris Design, sat with Lindsay Owen, Brooklyn Home blogger, licensed realtor, Certified Negotiation Expert (CNE), Certified Relocation Specialist, and all around lovely and charming tea companion, to talk about how Jennifer found Interior Design, how she got interested in it, her style, her passions, and its rewards.
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1. Focus on Natural Light
Designer: Jennifer Morris of JMorris Design
Location: Brooklyn, New York
Size: 158 square feet (14.6 square meters)
Homeowners’ request: Remove dingy cabinets and dark green granite countertops, and create a bright white, crisp and clean look in a tightly packed Brooklyn brownstone.
Space-saving style: Natural light, an open layout and a light-reflecting cabinet color, which “keeps the focus on what matters — the view out — and lends a spacious feel,” designer Jennifer Morris says.
Other special features: Custom lightly cerused oak cabinets painted a soft gray-white. “The hint of gray color prevents the space from feeling stark or severe, lending a touch of warmth,” Morris says. Calacatta Gold-style quartz countertops. Wide-plank flooring. Handmade porcelain backsplash tiles. Hand-printed fabric on window cornice.
Also on the team: NY Class Construction (contractor); Mason Woodworks (cabinetmaker); Jacob Snavely (photographer)
Refrigerator: Liebherr; range and oven: Profile, GE; range hood: Miele; dishwasher: Bosch; microwave: GE; hardware: Top Knobs; countertops: Caesarstone in Calacatta Nuvo; backsplash tile: Akdo; window cornice: David Michael Interiors, with fabric from Galbraith & Paul; paint by Benjamin Moore: white in matte finish (walls) and Silver Satin (cabinets)
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