This master bedroom got a refresh with new custom headboard, rug, drapes, bedding, bench, night tables and lamps. It became a serene retreat.
This was a whole- house renovation project. I took the top photo during one of my job-site visits and the bottom photo was taken on installation day.
What a fun project this was!! We kept the client’s leather sofa but everything else in the room is brand new. Paint helped a lot to lighten things up and adding window treatments and a rug helped to finish the space. We also had the mirror removed from above the fireplace and now have new furniture and lamps too.
This 1960's kitchen was expanded and features a wall of windows overlooking the backyard. The lighter cabinets opened up the space and wood floors tie in with the rest of the home.
This kitchen was already new construction but my client asked me to elevate the design a bit. So we had the island painted a beautiful navy blue, replaced the light fixtures and picked out amazing and comfortable island stools.
We kept the dresser but changed the paint color, added art on the wall, a rug, light fixture, chaise and bench to transform this space. Now it is a true retreat!
For this dining room refresh we removed the wallpaper and added wainscotting on the bottom half of the wall. A new light fixture and sconces on the wall also helped to modernize the space.
The room instantly got brighter with the new wall color and slipcovered sofa.
I had a board and batten accent wall added behind the bed to totally transform this space. Even though the bed and night table remained, it looks like a new room with the addition of the accent wall, art, rug and lamp.
This was a fun powder room refresh! Black and white wallpaper, painted trim and new wooden shelf all helped to transform this room.