Our relationship with this client begun while they were well into a major remodel, incorporating one of our Sunset Onyx Stone Sink Vessels into an entry powder room. The next step was designing teak furnishing pieces to fit specific needs – a media cabinet with companion coffee table and tall nightstands for a guest bedroom. Photos below taken at our warehouse awaiting delivery to detail the features.
The bedside cabinets, one LH, one RH door orientation each with a drawer, were a modification to one of our showroom designs. Our client utilized the features they wanted and scaled it to their needs.
The coffee table is another modified design whereby the client wanted a large, thin drawer for electronic remote devices but didn’t want it to look like a drawer. The base needed to be interesting to the eye but open.
The media cabinet is one of our showroom designs lowered to their required height for a flat-screen overhead. Inside has ample space for control boxes, etc., wire grommets in the back for cord management and a sliding shelf in the left-hand compartment. The slatted doors have removable panels inside so that infrared devices and their controls can function depending on ideal location.
With these items now delivered and in place, we have been tasked with other possibilities so our process continues. Thank you to our new clients for including Joglo in their ongoing furnishing design process.
This is an example of seeing all that can inspire by visiting our showroom and making an appointment to see our warehouse. These clients recently renovated their home and developed a marvelous atrium adjacent to the front entry, receding stairwell and adjacent living space. They knew the scale and functionality of pieces they wanted but were open to inspiration which solidified beautifully after exploring our unique offerings.
Pictured are two Teak Root Shelf-Table pieces for future plant displays and a solid 30″ White Onyx Stone Bench for seating and reflection in the center.
What plants would not do well in this tranquil setting! Thank you to our new clients for being inspired by Joglo.
Building relationships with our clients is our passion and frequently achieved with our personalized design process. These clients had just finished a major remodel creating magnificent view spaces overlooking the Salish Sea from Whidbey Island and invited us to create two custom solutions. One, a fifteen-foot cabinet to span a twenty-five foot sloped ceiling low wall, complimenting art and furnishings in the space, and two, a custom-fit desk in an office alcove with clean lines and specific storage needs.
The overall cabinet comprises three identical units constructed with dove-tail joinery. The large storage drawers are inset with a distressed texture and lighter finish and feature hand-crafted bronze pulls.
The 84″ desk fits like a glove just beneath the view window and features file drawers left and right with a large, slim center drawer to conceal supplies and computer accessories. The design requirement was also for an enclosed foot area to avoid seeing the wall, outlets and dangling cords.
A special thanks to these wonderful new friends who now share an interest in our unique garden stone creations. Spring is just around the corner.
Sharing a stunning combination of our Natural Riverstone Sink Vessel with a live-edge wood slab vanity top – simple, elegant, natural, inviting. We appreciate and love to share photos sent to us by our clients. Thank you!
These photos kindly shared by our client showcase two of our natural stone wall tiles used in an outdoor feature wall, integral bench and garden border. Our Susan Sirah 8×16 tiles comprise the majority of the bench wall, lower bench and garden border areas; these tiles are hand-crafted with fragment-style pieces in a horizontal pattern. Our Standing Bali Black 6×12 tiles create the top of wall border and wall area right of the bench; these tiles are hand-crafted with pebbles that stand on end. Both tile designs seamlessly interlock for ease of installation and create a natural, continuous flow.
Both of these tiles designs are also preferred for unique, natural stone fireplace and shower applications.
This client has created a wonderful Balinese-style garden sanctuary with our tiles and other accents they’ve personally collected. Thank you for sharing your photos!
These clients from the beautiful stone-centric state of Utah had seen our tiles on a recent visit and when the time arrived, included our Petrified Wood Flat Stick Tiles in their kitchen remodel as a unique and complimentary back-splash with other finishes and the vista to the majestic outdoors.
Thank you to our client for sharing the photos!
These photos shared by one of our Bellingham clients showcases our Gray Stone Mosaic Tiles installed as part of their recent master bath remodel. Each tile is made up of geometrically shaped cut stone pieces with beveled edges in a repeating pattern on a mesh backing designed to fit together. They measure approximately 1.25 square feet each.
The lighter colored grout applied accentuates both the tile design and the natural character of the stone. Thank you to our customers for sharing the end result!