Before & After
The flow of this kitchen was blocked by the placement of the island. By turning the island, adding brighter cabinets , and appliances, along with new lighting bought a more focused energy to this space.
The two-level island with a TV and exposed shelves was a major energy block in this kitchen. A level work space and closed doors helped improve the flow immensely. New appliances finished the balance.
The dining room wall was taken down and replaced with a bar to create a new family room. The glass cabinets
housed the bar glasses and increase the the energy of the space.
This kitchen maintained the design the owners liked and they did not want to change out the cabinets. A faux finish was the solution!
Outdated appliances and finishes were depleting the energy of this kitchen. Opening up the the wall into the living area increased not only the open feel of the house but the positive energy flow.
This bedroom needed a change of color and window treatments
This very dated pine kitchen needed a lighter brighter look and one end wall was taken down to open up the space
This top floor suite was looking cramped by all the faux trim on the walls and it was removed and the space was opened up with new furnishings as well.
This remodel consisted of wasted space in one bathroom and the owner decided to create two bathrooms.
This old furniture had to go !! What a difference a L shaped sectional sofa made and created more seating!
The owner wanted a larger counter bar area and a place for a wine rack. The new countertop added a new pop as well!
See Below: New lighting by adding two pendant lights over the countertop as well as a chandelier over the dining table increased a lighter feel in this kitchen. The border wallpaper had to go as well too dated and dark.