The problem was that he didn't know

August 14 [Mon], 2017, 11:31
tv. I started with the room's center, where I installed a dark-wood kitchen island with a creamy quartz counter that houses a recycling center, a dishwasher and a sink with an industrial faucet. But when he's not busy jetting around the world to dress the rich and famous, he can be found at home with his two favorite glamour girls, dogs Maggie and Mollie. To add a bit of elegance, I put two crystal chandeliers above the island.David loves to cook and entertain, and he longed for a beautiful and functional kitchen, a space that could also serve as a home office and a place for his dogs to sleep.Next, I got to work on David's office area.

I decided to reconfigure the room and start fresh.HGTV. So I called in my own stylish crew and geared up to give him a fabulous kitchen to match his fabulous lifestyle.After a few added touches of fashion and function -- vases, candles, artwork and a custom-made chalkboard -- this kitchen was complete. The problem was that he didn't know how to make it all happen. Because it's the first thing you see when entering the kitchen, I wanted it to have a real ''wow'' factor.The next area, along the back of the kitchen, is all about cooking, so I set up a new pantry and a large counter space with marble backsplash tiles. And with the addition of some fashionable chairs, the island doubles as an eating space. I put in a desk where David can work, a shelf with task lighting and created two fashionable dog beds below for Maggie and Mollie.I then got busy on the perimeter of the room by adding loads of bright and airy cream-colored cabinetry, new gel mask mustard polished-quartz countertops and a host of stainless-steel appliances. hot pack So I put up stunning wallpaper with a pattern on reflective silver foil that blends the traditional with a hip edge.divinedesign. I then brightened up the space with a fresh coat of paint and some heated travertine floor tiles.(Interior decorator Candice Olson is host of HGTV's ''Divine Design.''

I wanted the kitchen to be a perfect blend of function and fashion, and thought it should also marry the traditional with the contemporary. Or visit scrippsnews. I then put in a huge six-burner gas range that boasts double ovens and a griddle.In a world of ''dress to impress,'' this space made a bad first impression.). Not very stylish.

I took down a few walls, got rid of the bathroom and lost the cabinetry. He is "Style by Jury's" expert stylist and owns an agency that represents designers, makeup artists and other talent. So I blended traditional and modern touches, put in contrasting colors and added a variety of materials, and turned this kitchen into a chic space in which David can cook, eat and entertain in style.David Clemmer's life is all about style, fashion and beauty.