Friday, 8 January 2010

A Kitchen Rendering Commission

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  A rendering commission from this past year features natural stone and coral coloured accents; the designer used hexagon tile behind the stove and an end grain butcher block. There is a baking area, double islands, a walk in pantry and lots of traditional details.  The lighting, finishes and fabrics keep it young in feel. Below, annotations are signed off by the client before the final rendering step. I think she did a great job!

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17 comments:

Caroline said...

This is a gorgeous rendering. I would love a kitchen like this one.

Patricia Gray said...

Michelle
I think that YOU did a great job of firming up the details for this design. What a wonderful visualization for the Designer to show her clients what their finished kitchenook will look like.

DesignTies said...

Wonderful work, Michelle... you're a phenominal talent!! Love the perspective you've used for this rendering - like you're walking down a set of stairs and catching a glimpse of the kitchen. When Patti's bathroom is done I'll have to commission a rendering from you...
Victoria

Tracy @ Comfort and Luxury said...

Beautiful, Michelle. I so appreciate that you share these.

Acanthus and Acorn said...

Wow! This is stunning! Wish I had your talent.

Terry said...

Have you seen the room finished? I'd enjoy seeing how it turned out.

Michelle said...

No, I haven't Terry, but by now, the client has moved in. The drawing was modelled in SketchUp, and the designer several sets of changes, but it's a kitchen, with lots of details to be worked out.

suzanne cabrera said...

Gorgeous! Love the care with which you delineated the bar stool fabric. Sweet!

Francine Gardner said...

I wish I had your incredible talent. Such a rendering gives the total concept and feel of the kitchen, which CAD alone cannot achieve.

Dale said...

Amazing as always Michelle. The detail in the stool fabric is so cute!

Carol Ann said...

Great rendering, great angle...
I have not done a perspective in years, wish I had my drafting table to put one up...I use to enjoy seeing the floor plan come to life...
Do you use markers? On velum or tissue? I once had to copy a perspective to water colour paper and use watercolour paints to render it in design school...that semester I could not afford the markers...
Love your work, enjoy seeing the shadows you use.
Regards, Carol Ann

Rebecca@Harmony and Home said...

Beautiful rendering. I wish I had this rendering in front of me for one of my kitchen rendering projects! It's wonderful.

Zuniga Interiors Design Studio said...

Hi Michelle!

Lovely kitchen rendering!
Hopes of a blessed 2010 for you!

xx-
Michelle

Brillante Home Decor said...

I believe you have already a big group of eager students if you'll go ahead with your podcasts project. You are amazing.

A Lifestyle Thing said...

Michelle, Your renderings are drop dead beautiful! I look forward to seeing your video pod casts! Best, sharon.

p.s. thanks for stopping by my blog!

qerat said...

I keep saying this, but your renderings are getting better and better Michelle. Great job, amazing detailing.

andrea joseph's sketchblog said...

Oh wow.

Suzanne said you were good and she is not wrong. Beautiful drawings.