We’re back with another article showcasing a small commercial project that we designed for Georgia Water & Fire Restoration in Cumming, GA.
Georgia Water & Fire – The Breakroom & Kitchen
AHT Interiors handled this project from concept to completion, with the style defined as Industrial Modern Design.
In our initial meeting, the clients stated that they wanted to bring the outside in; we chose colors and a variety of material textures to inspire the team to do just that. The combination of industrial brick and steel along with the inclusion of outdoor elements created a beautiful environment throughout, which we definitely feel achieved the original goal.
We have quite a few photos of the finished design, so we’ll share each area in its own post. Today we’re excited to share the office kitchen and breakroom areas with you.
All hard surface specifications, artwork, interior wall colors, and accessories were provided by AHT Interiors. We included a few abstract art pieces and will be providing you with more detail on the custom artwork in a later post.
In the kitchen, we used a Luxury Vinyl Plank (LVP) flooring by Happy Feet International and in the break room, we installed a tile carpet from Mabe Floor Covering, LLC (Cumming, GA). Mabe also created custom rugs for various areas in the project.
All interior paints used for this interior design project were by Sherwin Williams:
- Walls: Repose Gray (7015)
- Ceiling: Extra White (7006)
- Doors: Dorian Gray (7017)
- Trims & Beams and Breakroom Cabinets: Iron Ore (7069)
We opted for brushed brass fixtures in the kitchen/breakroom area, and installed a leathered super white quartzite countertop. The backsplash was made up of 2 x 8 navy tiles with charcoal-colored grout. The sink is Kohler Matte Gray.
AHT Interiors worked with Business Environments to determine all office furnishings, finishes, and upholstery.
All Project Vendors
There’s more to come from this design project – stay tuned for the bathroom, offices, and an article all about the custom artwork we designed and executed. If you missed the first two articles in this series, check them out here:
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