Whether it's a pop or an entire room, nothing makes a bigger design statement than color.
See how interior designer Rachel Moriarty created an entire wine room colorway starting with Vetrazzo Ruby Red recycled glass countertops
Of Course, It's a Red Wine Room
When Rachel talked to her client about a wine room, the first thing that came to mind was using Vetrazzo Ruby Red to build the color scheme around the rich, saturated hues inside the glass.
Get Colorful with Rachel Moriarty
With her colorfully coastal, out-of-the-box interior designs, Rachel creates spaces built around strikingly colorful palettes, which is why she's a fan of Vetrazzo artisan countertops.
"If you cant express yourself in your own home, where else are you going small?" -- Rachel
Go Big and Go Colorful
"I'm a bit of a maximalist, pattern on pattern, more is more," says Rachel. "I couldn't get the impact if I just used plain white countertops or a simple quartz. Vetrazzo really adds personality to a project."
From Inspiration to Design
To help capture a client's interests and personality in their design, Rachel stays away from digital inspiration and prefers to talk with her clients. "I find out where my clients like to travel, hotels and restaurants they've been to. Then I create a mood board."
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See how Rachel transformed a drab laundry room into a statement-making, luxury wine room using Vetrazzo Ruby Red countertops as the foundation.