This project earned its name “The Herringbone House” for a reason! We don’t like to waste anything. Therefore, when we saw we had leftover flooring we salvaged and reused the excess wood for an interesting wall treatment. This project was focused heavily on pattern and texture. So we cut the planks of wood into 1″ x 3″ pieces and installed them in a Herringbone pattern for the back splash of the dry bar and wall under the breakfast counter. She describes her style as “Beachy Buddha”, and he loves industrial modern. We married the two styles together by using wood accents and clean lines to tie them seamlessly. You’ll notice the living room features an amazing view of the water and this design concept plays perfectly into that zen vibe she desires. We removed the tile and replaced it with beautiful hardwood floors to avoid the distraction from all the grout lines to create a seamless flow from space to space. She has an extensive collection of Buddhas, corals, shells, and driftwood, so we constructed these built-ins to showcase her amazing collection.