A curved riverstone wall and bench seat outline the freestanding soaking tub.
Floating walnut vanity with river stone backsplash. Sleek bar light fixture.
Clean lines and a neutral palette combine with natural elements to create this serene master bath.
The simple live edge walnut mantel allows the floor-to-ceiling travertine tile to be the focal point of this room. Custom Roman shades flank the fireplace, adding elegance and color.
Custom console table designed by Krista Nanton.
Krista's acumen for finding unusual pieces makes her staging and decorating services invaluable.
Custom full-length draperies with blackout lining and whimsical pink crystal trim provide both a cozy napping space and glamour to a little girl's bedroom.
Krista's concept for this advertising agency steps back from the staunch atmosphere of many commercial design plans. A central gathering area is the core of the space, and it is bordered by offices, meeting rooms, and open-plan work zones. Curves and movement are emphasized throughout this design to encourage collaboration and communication among employees.
Krista's plans give this historic residential property desirable modern updates while maintaining the integrity and beauty of the original structure. She utilizes the available space to allow for a state-of-the-art chef's kitchen that is open to an expansive family living area. Unneeded bedrooms become useful home offices and cozy spaces for family members to call their own.
To create a restaurant and bar, Krista pulls in a cavernous former factory with design details that emphasize its expansiveness while making it inviting and comfortable to patrons. The open concept allows for a bustling business, but abundant areas for dining and conversation are defined by partial walls, small bars, and seating areas. The modern industrial feel is upgraded with the use of sleek materials and color, and the space hums with energy.