This house needed a total cosmetic overhaul– flooring, paint, countertops, and fixtures. Bright, welcoming decor and strategically placed picture molding completely changes the look of this home.
The updates needed for this home were clear– clear as black and white! The clean contrasting finishes and tile work give this house a romantic, yet modern, feel.
This home was, well, quirky. Oddly placed water fountains and enclosed spaces made this place feel dark and strange. By designing a white kitchen and opening up the space with beautiful french doors and windows, the house is transformed into a character and light-filled home.
Modernizing the kitchen, adding beautiful wood flooring, and using bright decor makes this space feel like a different condo altogether. We also made better use of the layout by flipping the dining and living areas.
This renovation took this home from rough shape to rustic chic with the stunning wood flooring and accent walls taking center stage.
The goal with this makeover was to spice up a boring, white pallet with a modern and eye-catching color scheme. Deep blue cabinet paint contrasts against the green tones of the side walls and red undertones of the wood flooring. And long pulls that match the stainless steel appliances and a dining area light fixture that highlights the ceiling vault give this small condo big personality.
Everything was changed out in this small, corner kitchen. White cabinetry, marble back splash, light granite and modern fixtures and appliances completely transform this cooking area.
The inspiration for this soft yellow and gray decor? Sunny days with wispy clouds.
This kitchen before was, well… missing. We replaced the nothing with surprising blue cabinets and a bright glass mosaic tile backsplash to match. A modern range hood, contrasting oil rubbed bronze fixtures, and striking hard wood floors offset the otherwise modern design to add interest and depth.
Soft gray and white paint, a wine frig, farm sink, and marble tile backsplash bring much needed yum to this outdated kitchen.
Brightening up this condo was the main focus. White cabinets, light-colored granite and a glass back splash that matched the fireplace surround and overcame builder grade blues. A peek-a-boo window from the kitchen to the den helped to reduce feeling closed off while in the kitchen.