Today I am sharing one of my favorite homes to date
The homeowner purchased this home just over a year ago, and while the home had some interesting architectural features, it lacked a casual elegance the homeowner desired.
The main level living room was lacking a strong focal point and was pretty dark.
I came up with an overall plan, which included redesigning the top of the fireplace, and painting the entire built in. To see more before and afters of this space, head over to Emily A Clarks blog, where she featured all the details on this room.
The other side of the room opens into the kitchen. This was a pretty simple facelift. We decided on a black walnut butcher block for the countertop and backless Pottery Barn stools.
Just off the kitchen is the mud room where we added this amazing flocked wall covering.
The powder room got a super fun facelift with some new wallpaper and a fabulous mirror.
If you squint hard enough you'll see me in the mirror. This room is so narrow making it impossible to get a good after shot!
The Dining Room is one of the first rooms you see when you walk into the home, so it needed to have big impact.
The homeowner purchased this A-MAZING chandelier from Pottery Barn, and we decided on Revere Pewter for the color of the walls.
Custom drapery was installed and we replaced the outdated sconces.
Heading upstairs, we replaced the carpet runner with a more modern, fresh look.
This guy posed for several of my pictures!
The Master Bedroom had some great pieces, but they just needed some help pulling the room together. We put some samples up on the wall and chose a paint color, added window treatments, lighting, and new artwork.
The room is truly a Master Retreat now. So calming and relaxing.
Thanks for stopping by today. And a special thanks to Emily A Clark for featuring my clients living room on her blog!