Moderno Porcelain Works Joins the Transformation on “Making Modern with Brooke and Brice”

Making Modern with Moderno

In case you missed it, Moderno Porcelain Works was honored to be on the highly acclaimed show Making Modern with Brooke and Brice in Season 3, Episode 8. This dynamic duo, Brooke and Brice originally discovered their passion for home remodeling when they embarked on their home renovation journey in Nashville. What intended to be a seamless experience with a custom home builder quickly became a challenging ordeal. Despite having no prior experience in custom home building, Brooke and Brice fearlessly tackled the project, learning numerous new skills along the way to complete their dream home. But Brooke and Brice are not your average Joe. With Brooke coming from Pharmaceutical Sales, and Brice is an orthodontist. Brice works as the designer, while Brooke acts as the builder. Their journey then led them to take on their first client, Emily, their neighbor, who, in turn, introduced them to a former ABC producer. This unexpected connection eventually paved the way for Brooke and Brice to secure their show on the Magnolia Network.

In the spotlight of season three of “Making Modern with Brooke and Brice,” the talented duo was tasked with a captivating remodeling project for their clients, Tony Kemp, a Major League Baseball Player, and his wife, Michelle Kemp, who were eagerly anticipating the arrival of their new baby. Upon entering the Kemp residence for initial measurements, Brooke and Brice had a clear understanding of the couple’s desires: Michelle and Tony aimed to relocate a door to extend their countertops and have two separate islands in their kitchen.

Moderno Porcelain Works was thrilled to be part of this season of “Making Modern with Brooke and Brice.” Our team of experts installed large-format porcelain from Anne Sacks, on to the countertops, backsplash, and double island. The waterfall island serves as a dining table and additional counter space while the second island was dedicated to cooking and food preparation, optimizing functionality in the kitchen space. The porcelain complemented the walnut cabinets, achieving a harmonious and sophisticated look for the Kemp residence.

The addition of the waterfall island elevated the kitchen’s practicality but also introduced a captivating design element, seamlessly blending with the overall aesthetic. Large-format porcelain, sintered stone slabs, and ultra-compact surfaces are perfect for kitchen countertops. It has stain, scratch, and heat-resistant qualities. Tony and Michelle Kemp can host without worry. 


For those residing in Nashville, Tennessee, Moderno Porcelain Works is pleased to announce the grand opening of our showroom, welcoming clients and prospective projects. The grand opening is on October 26th, and open for individuals wanting to explore the possibilities of large-format porcelain and sintered stone slabs in their own remodeling and design ventures.