When we moved in to our house, we knew that we wanted to renovate our downstairs bathroom. It wasn’t much to look at, with it’s vinyl floor, builder grade cabinet, and plain white walls.
We got to work by removing the flooring, baseboards, toilet, cabinet, and mirror. Since it was our guest bathroom, we wanted to take the opportunity to go bold and make a statement. After discussing a few options, we decided to go with a buffalo check tile pattern, which is classic enough to withstand the test of time, but bold enough to make a statement.
Paired with a new floating cabinet, minty green walls, taller baseboards, and vintage art, this space make a big impact.
This client needed a fresh start after some major life changes. As a young professional, she was ready to define her own style and live in a grown-up space. Her love of peacocks inspired the color palette for her living room. We were able to pull of a completely transformed space with a limited budget and she has been so happy with the results.
First, let’s see some photos of the space BEFORE we got started:
Here was the plan we came up with:
And here are the AFTER photos!
We found in a beautiful rug that was a much better size for the room, and had the entire space painted a crisp white. We added a level of drama and contrast by painting the fireplace and patio doors black. We had custom drapes made for the large windows and filled out the room with great accessories that made the space come alive.
Today I’m sharing the dining room from the funky 70’s house. Their previous dining table was too small for the space and didn’t seat as many people as they needed. Their chandelier was outdated and boring.
Here is the BEFORE picture:
And here’s how it turned out!
We replaced their too-small table with a custom live edge table and paired it with a custom iron base. To stay within her budget, we repaired her original chairs and found others to coordinate with them so that there was enough seating for all of her guests. The new table & chairs fill the space beautifully. The new chandelier is sleek & modern and fits my clients aesthetic so much better. We also ordered a custom rug to perfectly fit the dining area, which adds warmth, color, and texture to a previously lifeless room.
This family lives in a quirky 1970’s house that is full of charm and challenges. They had family from overseas coming to stay for a few weeks and needed this open space to act as a playroom for the kids and an extra sleeping and lounging areas for her guests.
Here are the BEFORE picture of the space before we got to work:
And here is what it looks like now!
We removed the outdated carpet, painted the walls, trim, ceiling, and cabinets, replaced the ceiling fan, stained new concrete floors, rebuilt one of the cabinets to accommodate a larger TV, and brought in all new furniture and accessories to make the space extremely functional.