A decorating project. All furniture choices, colors and accessories were the list of deliverables in this room. A soft gray palette with pops of yellow say today but echo to yesteryear. The painting is a Carl Mattison original painted for the homeowners. I think of the style of the room as "Modern Gatsby", my favorite style to work in.
A pop of yellow run behind the bookcases really helps them to stand out. Randomly placed mirrors on the wall make it appear as if they have been added over time. This shot was before the tile on the fireplace was replaced.
The fireplace was worn and tired. The tile was dark. This young family is fresh and vibrant and the tile should be also. Large marble tiles and a light gray wall really update this focal point of the room.
The homeowner' needed a cozy spot to relax. They also needed kid friendly surfaces. These cushions, while white, are removable and washable and the wood furniture is strong enough to withstand any kid. The large metal 'R; echoes to the family's last name and is high enough so that young children cannot reach it and get hurt.
The master bedroom had a very intimate color that needed some punch. A velvet sofa and kitchy wall art really draws you in!
A young boy's room wouldn't be complete without pops of color!
This home got a full renovation inside and out. Light and dark grays make the home strong and confident in appearance. The following photos showcase some of the interior highlights.
Dark cabinets and rich large tile make this bath solid and clean.
The polyhedron lights are the star. The layout is open and clean with a large island allowing a full walk around experience. Perfect for entertaining.
The 9 year old girl loved to read. So, a book style headboard customized with her name in the title was the answer to make her room really HER room!
The home just as the trees were beginning to be cleared. The dreariness is about to disappear!
Oh it was simple and vintage looking but not so inviting for guest and entertainment.
A bit better don't ya think?
Oh the black glossy paint! Gone.
This home was in dire need of an update. When it came up for sale it simply had to be done. New colors, fencing, some cedar shake and a fully renovated interior rounded out the remodel.
The Confederate Avenue house before renovation.
A soft cream finish to the walls and a simple update to the fireplace and bookcases really pulled the room together.
Orange? Honey cabinets? No.
Replacing the counters with butcher block and painting the cabinets a bright white really cleaned up this space! Fresh and ready to cook!
Simple pendant lights and a mosaic tile backsplash gave this kitchen an economical update. Good style is possible on a budget.
Clean, simple, fresh.
This bath was dated. But after remodel.. not any more!
Beadboard, pedestal sink and new tile make this an inviting bath!
A simple pivot mirror, higher than "usual" beadboard and a crisp pedestal sink add a vintage touch to a simple hall bath.
The master bathroom was originally a bedroom. Staying with a classic look was important and the large space allowed for the free-standing sink and darker walls.