I’ve been meaning to share this for a while. And don’t think my lack of sharing means I’m any less excited about this. Enzy design is featured (again – see first feature here and here) in the Spring issue of Utah Style & Design! Where enzy was the sole designer involved in the first project, this one is something I’m equally proud of because of the collaboration that was involved, and the end results. Collaborating with other designers can be fun and refreshing, and a welcome change from handling every detail on a project by yourself.
Interior Designer Cody Beal brought me in as a Kitchen & Bath Design expert to design & supply the cabinetry (using Hallmark Custom Cabinets). Cody firmly believes in the importance of a team. He knows he’ll look better if he relies on his team of experts to help pull the project together. So Cody came to me with his grand scheme plans for the kitchen, bathroom, and master bedroom cabinetry, and once we selected finishes, he gave me free reign to tweak the layout and design the cabinetry details. This was smart for a few reasons:
- It freed up his time so he was able to focus on fine-tuning all the other design details throughout the house.
- Because Cody trusted me, it allowed me to fully use my expertise to provide the most functional, ergonomic, and aesthetically pleasing cabinetry for the clients.
- By working directly with the clients, I was better able to understand their needs. We discussed everything from comfortable reaching heights to how many pairs of shoes they had. This much information would have been nearly impossible without direct contact with the clients.
Check out the whole issue while you still can!
And see more photos of this project on the enzy design portfolio.