Warm neutrals, pops of color, plenty of sunshine.

 

This open space felt undefined and massive so we added built-ins along the long living room wall for a big impact. The family wanted their style and hobbies to shine, but also be functional and allow them to connect without a TV. The center cabinets hold board games and kid's activities, quickly turning the open floor space into a family gathering. Every age has a place in this room.

 

 
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Crafted for play, imagination and rest.

 

Kids need structure but room to explore and build and imagine. They need a place calm to rest but that also fuels their growing mind. Toy boxes are an easy spot for kids to be successful in picking up. Bins under the bed hold costumes for those random days the imagination needs to run wild. Book racks are accessible, toys for the baby easy to get to. Color themes similar for flexible sleeping arrangements should those change.

 

 
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A house with great bones, just needed a little face lift.

 

Paint throughout the house really made a huge impact. With the natural light, adding shades of white with rich accent colors really kept it bright and fun. We chose to reface the cabinets instead of replace as well as update granite, honey marble backsplash and new fixtures throughout the home. The Kitchen and Master Bath lost their 70’s wall paper and it made a big difference in the overall feel of the rooms. We turned the wet bar into an open bar for extra seating overlooking the private the courtyard and looking into the open living room. It ended up making the kitchen, courtyard and living and great space for entertaining. Such a family friendly house.

 

 
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