In this post we check another bit of weekend real estate pr0n which should remind
me you of so many horrible decisions, missed opportunities and management booty left shamefully un-smootched.
To be fair, smarter local denizens will realize that even a gilded cage is still a cage.
Accordingly here's a bit of description about this bit of architectural goodness . . .
"While the forty-four hundred-square-foot home was functional, it was a “hodgepodge” of furniture collected over the years and set against a dated background. They wanted something that was more pulled together and truly felt like a retreat—something that reflected who they are as a family."
And here I was feeling like I was making some progress in my life because I managed to buy an alarm clock without any help.
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com link . . .
Kobel & Co. revamps a Leawood home from the late eighties while drawing inspiration from Charleston and Santa Barbara
The design duo at Kobel & Co. starts a new project by asking lots of questions. "We spend time up front," says Elizabeth Bennett, who co-owns the firm with Mallory Robins. Before grabbing samples, sourcing furniture or developing a strategy, Bennett and Robins want to really understand how their clients live-and how they want to live.