Sarah 101: Season Two

The second season of Sarah 101 finished last week and I really enjoyed this season. Loved the spaces, loved the variety and found the design process that Sarah & Tommy went through insightful and entertaining.

There were two spaces in particular that resonated with me.

The first was a project was kitchen makeover in a gorgeous country home. The homeowner wanted a new kitchen but not a “country” kitchen. Sarah & Tommy incorporated rustic and vintage elements that respected the age and setting of the home by using reclaimed barnboards in the island and antique lanterns in the dining area. Yet, they gave the homeowners a functional kitchen with new cabinetry and gorgeous marble and quartz counters.

I really like the herringbone pattern that is in the layout of the barnboards and repeated in the white subway tile backsplash. To me this kitchen is welcoming, functional and packed with visual appeal.

via HGTV

The second space that I really liked was a living room and dining room space in a mid-century home that Sarah & Tommy created one cohesive look rather than the hodge podge of furniture that was there previously. The first thing they did was create dedicated areas within the open space. This included two lounge areas and a dining space. I love the colour scheme with the neutral backdrop and colourful ottoman.

via HGTV

There were fourteen episodes in all this season and I quite liked all the spaces. Today I shared two of them with you. You can check them out online at HGTV Canada.

Now, what am I going to watch on TV tonight between 8 and 9 pm?

Did you catch any of Sarah 101 Season 2? What did you think?

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About Sarah

Sarah is constantly ReDesigning things. From ReDesigning spaces for others or ReDesigning herself from corporate operations whiz into interior decorator and blogger – it’s all about ReDesign.

Posted on July 17, 2012, in Blog Posts and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Awesome post. I didn’t catch all the episodes but loved what I saw. I loved Janice’s nursery.

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