The first project at this lovely home was a transformation of the master suite. It all started with a leak in the roof area and lead to a beautifully remodeled space that is transformed seasonally. The owner wanted a room that could be adjusted to reflect both the summer and winter seasons. By changing comforters, pillows and the tabs on the window valances we were able to give her two totally different looks in the same space. Her love of mixing patterns and fabrics shows throughout; from the wallpaper in the bedroom and vanity area to the hand painted walls in the toilet room and all the fabrics and trims. The final piece was creating an ottoman from all of the left over fabrics, summer & winter. She loved it!
The second project started in the lower level family room. They really wanted a wine room to display and serve the wines they would bring home from their travels. The challenge was to create a room where none existed. By stealing a foot from the laundry and using the depth of the cabinets, we were able to create the illusion of a wine room, complete with custom wrought iron gates. Another desire was to be able to access the plumbing, heating and electrical above the dropped ceiling, but to get rid of the typical dropped ceiling look. This was achieved by dry walling the 3’ perimeter of the room and using a ceiling tile that had a dimensional relief and border. Cove lighting with crown molding complete the look. In the process, the laundry room and the lower level bath received complete makeovers. This space is now a fabulous place to entertain family and friends or just relax in front of the TV.