Diane’s clients can’t say enough about how much they enjoy working with her, and how she gave them everything they wanted in their new kitchens and more. You can view her designer portfolio here.
Here are a couple of pictures from a kitchen that Diane Hersey worked on in Southboro, MA. This is a great example of how subtle color can bring warmth to a space.
Some words from Diane about the design experience:
“The couple didn’t do a lot of cooking and there were no real big storage issues. We had to keep the basic footprint of the old kitchen as it is a rather tight space (for a large colonial). The couple liked color. The adjoining family room had traditional floral draperies with some yellow and reds. Other fabrics were of the same color palette so the soft yellow in the kitchen transitioned nicely. A rich, warm rusty red stain on the hardwood floor continues from the large family room into the kitchen.
They went from the original white Thermofoil door styled cabinets with the baskets and a collection of old tin boxes and wood figurines perched atop the 30” high cabinets to this soft, yellowy, painted door style with the molding to the ceiling. The new being much more in keeping with their impeccably neat habits and their attention to details in all aspects of their lives. Both their personalities blend much better with the new kitchen.“