A Tried and true Coastal Home Remodel
What do you get when a client asks – do we really need this staircase??BRILLIANT!
The end result so specifically focused on a better use of space. We so wish more new construction plans were focused on this! (Call us if you’re struggling with this, too!)
From poorly put together Tommy Bahama, to fresh with a nod to mod. This new kitchen space is anchored by a large working island that is perfect for entertaining. With dedicated storage around back, the island acts a bit as it’s own pantry too. The raised bar top provided a fun feature of a more coastal feeling wood-finish that really made the kitchen in our opinion. We also love the gained breakfast nook (that’s what losing a set of stairs will get you!). As well as, the soft touch that a simple set of sheers and beautiful chandy offer to really tone this space down.
Living Room Refresh
Not far beyond, the living room was a real refresh as well. Updating old tan chenille sofas with an amazing white crypton sectional. Creating space for big groups or the perfect sleepover spot when you have a few extra kids in the house. Swivels by the french doors offer extra seating for the TV area. The beloved soft plum cocktail ottoman is perfect for those who like to put their feet up! Also great for a tray to have snacks at hand!
Throughout the interior spaces – this project was about lightening and brightening.
Thus, making each dedicated area feel more congruous and fresh. There is a definite beach-y feel, accented perfectly by that fantastic view framed by those pretty sheers, but the overall mood feels transitional and fresh and forward thinking. A timeless space for them to enjoy in any season here on the Gulf!
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