The main conversation area remains light and airy with the simple color scheme of seaglass and off-white.
Commissioned Art Glass panels reflect the undulating colors seen between water and beach. Vertical stacking mimics the height of the fireplace wall yet keeps it within human scale.
A recently added chair and ottoman replaced a favorite loveseat – just perfect for curling up with a good book and with grandchildren.
Replacing the former 1980's wood railing gives this painted stairwell more presence.
The angular spaces created by the balustrade design mimic the angled pieces in this antique crazy quilt.
How to brighten a windowless Kitchen?
Painting formerly dark wood cabinets, adding undercabinet lighting and Solatubes bring natural light into this once dark and dreary space.
A former den with sofa bed included space for all of her quilting supplies. Now, with grandchildren, this space needed floor play space in addition to sleeping. By adding a daybed with a trundle against the wall, the floor space opens up for play.
Brick red previously painted string paper was a wonderful ground for a courageous color combination. Tangerine tango, apple green, and aqua microfiber suede. The contemporary quilt “squares” are a reminder of her quilting passion.
New lighting, mirrors, countertops, plumbing fixtures, wallpaper and accessories enliven a once lackluster bath.