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COMPLETED CLIENT PROJECTS
Trinidad & Tobago

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< EVERYTHING AND THE KITCHEN SINK

A long-awaited renovation in a starter-home located in D'Abadie required re-imagining the layout and the introduction of an interior design that better suited this young family with growing needs.

The reconfigured living spaces and kitchen solved the functionality issues and delivered a modern look-and-feel that immersed the homeowners in comfort and style.

"From the onset, we felt that Kevin was the partner we needed to bring this project to life and in doing so, he delivered more than we could have ever imagined. His keen eye for detail, modern solutions and unique design concepts made us fall in love with our home all over again!"

Elizabeth & Jack C., D'Abadie

THE AFRO-INSPIRED CHATEAU >

Interior space planning, updating and design for a homeowner who acquired this older townhome in the Maraval suburbs. In addition to modernizing the space, the client requested that her prized collection of African-inspired artwork be highlighted.

"Concept genius is how I'd define Kevin as an interior designer! He outdid my expectations with the updated design. My 'afro-chateau' was renewed with new accents combined with my treasured pieces. Most importantly however, was Kevin's ability to determine and showcase my design aesthetic!"

Ayana G., Maraval 

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< A BACKYARD OASIS 

These clients had a very specific idea in mind - the desire for a backyard oasis that would combine their love for relaxation with entertaining.

 

The project went into development, which resulted in an even more refined concept that made full use of the available square footage in the backyard.

"We knew we had an image in mind of how we wanted the backyard to look - the pool and jacuzzi were put in but we always felt that the space had so much more potential. Kevin really was able to see the possibilities and conceptualized the idea of the outdoor bar. His collaborative approach enabled us to visualize the end result." 

Joseph G., Chaguanas

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