Regardless of whether our homes are new or old, we seek out a home remodel for a reason; we want to freshen up our surroundings with something new yet pleasing to our senses and style. Tom and Holly's new color palettes, cabinets, flooring, lighting, textures, furnishings, and an updated design that worked together gave them just the inspiring fresh new style they had imagined.
Tom and Holly were very flexible from start to finish of their main floor remodel. And kept their sanity during demolition, tear out, framing, plumbing, electrical, wall prep, paint, flooring, cabinet install, countertop install, appliances (WHEW!) and more. They also graciously provided me photos to share that was taken during different stages of the remodel.
Widening a narrow doorway between the kitchen and dining room, reconfiguring the design of the Kitchen Island, and new backless bar stools that tuck neatly under the island counter creates a long view from the dining room through the kitchen to the eat-in kitchen.
The warm custom stained cabinets built to the ceiling maximized storage and the newly sand and finished stained floors make the space feel surprisingly spacious.
Mix It Up
Tom and Holly did not shy away from making a bold statement when they extended the tile backsplash behind the sink to the ceiling.
Extending the wood flooring, same cabinet stain for new bookcases, wall paint, and trim color visually connect living room to dining room, kitchen, sitting room, entry...
Holly did a fabulous job decorating the bookcases, arranging existing furniture, and new area rug.
Good natural lighting, tree line view and simple design updates creates an eat-in kitchen space that is a welcomed gathering place for family and friends.
Converted into "to be determined" space.
Their beautiful new stairway and entryway design of their home makes a strong first impression.