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3413 Marion Drive
Tampa, FL 33637

I am really excited to share this new beautiful home renovation by Edward Deegan Architects and Interiors. They are very talented and you guys always enjoy seeing their work whenever I feature it and I am sure it won’t be any different with this project. In fact, I must admit that I personally have been loving this project since I saw it on their Instagram and I got really excited when they sent it to me to share with all of you. “Our goal for any remodel project is to create spaces that function and flow together better than before. We added some unique elements in the kitchen with the Walnut detail on the ends of the island and on the lip of the hood. The dining room has a beautiful custom cabinet that holds all of their bar essentials.

We kept the walls neutral and painted the trim the same color as the bar.” This newly-renovated kitchen features classic finishes and cabinetry layout that offers plenty of storage and working surfaces.

Keep this in mind if you’re planning on renovate your kitchen or build your dream home! Wall & Trim Color: Benjamin Moore Chantilly Lace OC-65. Backsplash is Ann Sacks Matte White finish collection Favo – similar here & here. Notice the practical utensil and oil/spices storage pull out drawers.

Kitchen flooring is 2.25” Red Oak with a dark custom mix of Ebony and Walnut by Minwax. Here, the interior designer, Katy Evans for Edward Deegan Architects, adds some beautiful touches to this stunning kitchen. This geometric backsplash tile certainly gives this classic kitchen an unexpected look! “Beautiful Walnut details on the island and hood makes it the focal point of this kitchen.” Because Quartzite is harder than granite and marble, this type of stone is perfect for kitchen countertops. Navy blue cabinetry with Walnut accents have always being a classic combination but it seems to be very trendy right now (see more here).

I think the designers did a great job by incorporating mesh doors to this built-in. Built-In- Cabinets & Trim: Custom designed, Benjamin Moore HC-158 Newburg Green. Wall Color: Benjamin Moore OC-65 Chantilly Lace.

A built-in window-seat adds a cozy vibe to this elegant foyer.

Lighting: Visual Comfort Brighton Pagoda Lantern in Gilded Iron. “We love when a client isn’t afraid to have fun in the powder room.

We went with a bold wallpaper and a beautiful Lucite leg washstand.” Washstand: Palmer Industries with custom Dakar Quartzite with a 2” miter – similar options: here, here & here.

This home also features an inspiring laundry room with two-tone cabinets. “Our client wanted to do pattern concrete tile we thought the laundry room backsplash was the perfect spot for it!”

I tend to prefer mudroom lockers with doors to keep everything hidden and organized, but make sure to leave an open space for shoes or baskets under the bench, like we see above. “Sometimes less is more, we painted the cabinets, trim and walls all the same color in the mudroom.”

Walls & Cabinet Paint Color: “Benjamin Moore Coventry Gray”. For your shopping convenience, this post may contain AFFILIATE LINKS to retailers where you can purchase the products (or similar) featured.

Feel free to contact me and always make sure to check dimensions before ordering. Have a wonderful day, my friends and we’ll talk again tomorrow.”


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