Brighter Days Ahead
This home hadn't been updated in a while and it showed. We got rid of the dark elements and brought in the light as well as some natural elements to make the homeowners feel truly comfortable there.
The dining table was made by our client using reclaimed wood.
The original wet bar was dated and cramped. Instead of an enclosed space, we opened it up, made it smaller, and added floating shelves. By using beveled tiles, we add just a hint of glamor without making it clash with the rest of the home
Originally, both kitchen windows were in the corner. We moved one over to provide better lighting throughout the day
The rec room was opened up for better connection to the rest of the home
The kitchen had been very enclosed and short on storage, so we added a wall of cabinets and replaced the peninsula with a small island. That allowed us to add a prep sink and microwave drawer without losing counter or storage space
After having such a dark kitchen for so long, the clients wanted something fresh and bright. White cabinets and matte white tile backsplash really allow the natural elements to shine
Our clients were thrilled with the new storage options. Finally, real organization
Before and Afters
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