|Style at Home Magazine February 2013. Photography by Donna Griffith.|
The publication of Gail's kitchen in the February issue of Style at Home is an exciting full-circle moment of sorts. Its the first project since having this blog that I've documented the process from initial meeting to magazine right here on the blog and on twitter.
Its been a long process to complete this circle including a year since the time of the shoot to publication. Gail and her family have been enjoying this new kitchen (and also the renovated family room and adjoining mudroom) for two years now and she loves it as much, if not more today then when she moved into it in the late fall of 2010. I've enjoyed a glass of wine and delicious food at this island several times over the past two years and to see the joy in Gails eye's as she thrives in this new space is truly gratifying for me. The absolute best part of any job for me is when I actually see the completed space being used just as I had envisioned in even my earliest sketches. Its rare to actually see her kitchen empty like this, as its the hub of this home and always, always buzzing.
Without a doubt the most satisfying compliment for me is when visitor's tell Gail, even though its all new and is in a addition to the house, that they feel like this kitchen has always been there, that it feels like it originally belongs to their century old house. And that, for me, is exactly what I was hoping to achieve.
You can check out the full feature in the current issue on-line to digital subscribers at zinio.com and on news stands this week across Canada. I absolutely love how photographer Donna Griffith so beautifully captured the space and how Ann Marie Favot's simple styling had the perfect touch. I'll be posting some more photos from my own portfolio shoot (also shot by Donna) at Gail's in the weeks ahead.
Thank you Donna, Ann Marie, Bethany and the entire team at Style at Home!
You can check out older posts on Gail's kitchen thru the links below:
Small Modern...The Schematics
3 months ago