Upgrading a custom 90’s home can be tricky, but this is just what I was tasked with. We refreshed the living room (keeping the client’s wall color and rug), but totally revamped the family room. A gas fireplace and new mantel replaced the bulky stone wood burning fireplace, allowing for more space on a wall directly across from the TV media center. Custom furniture in cream and beige provides the perfect backdrop to more colorful items such as a rug and throw pillows in shades of red, blue and green.
Upstairs, the primary bath needed the cherry wood obsession to go, and were placed massive built-in cabinets and columns with an airier concept. The primary bedroom, very expansive in size, was underused, dated and felt sparse. Warm materials such as carpet, rug, and window treatments were added to make it cozier. A seating area filled in an empty zone by the fireplace. This traditional family requested a calming, colorful, refined interior and we delivered!