There’s something so satisfying about expanding a clients “Design” horizon. Our clients on this project were on the traditional side of the spectrum, we pulled them out of their comfort zone a little bit by mixing in slightly more modern pieces like lighting and furniture, to help elevate their new home.

They built a beautiful custom home many years ago but as their family expanded and changed over the years, they realized they needed a little bit more of an open concept in their kitchen area so that everyone can feel included in the dining spaces. So for this kitchen remodel we opened up a partition wall as much as we could while still maintaining structural integrity, expanded their island to 9ft, re-stained their kitchen cabinets, and added all new countertops and a beautiful statement making backsplash.

We ran new flooring throughout the home, which immediately made the space look more open. A wine closet was a must have, so we had the contractors insert the closet underneath the stairs with a full glass door to view all the goods.

We updated the living area by having new carpet put in and adding in all new furniture. All the wood around the home was re-stained to match the kitchen cabinets. We had a beam inserted on the ceiling to draw your attention up and break up the ceiling. The fireplace was also torn down and redone so that it could make a bigger statement. 

The end result came out amazing. When you walk into this beautiful space you get a sense of comfort & home. Goal achieved! Enjoy the Before & Afters!!

Before:

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After:

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Contractor: Pat C. Murphy

Stain Work: Duration

Interior Paint Work: Alex Premier Paint

Flooring: A&M Flooring

Tile: Creative Tile-Artistic Tile

Countertops: Pacific Shore Stone- Cambria & Silestone

Custom Sofas: Noble House Furniture

Photography: Ellie Koleen Photography

 

 

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