I have just completed a really fun project. We transformed a 1980’s average condo into an incredible chic retreat.
Photos by Liz Donnelly.
Before:Prior to the renovation there were too many columns, several types of flooring and a busy tray ceiling.
After: we removed the columns where possible and opened up the space. We added ship-lap to the fireplace and a new window to the living room.
Before: The kitchen was the largest transformation. Before the renovation the kitchen was closed off from the rest of the unit, now it is one fluid space.
After: The space is so airy and fresh now. I adore the ice blue marble tile it brings the ocean feel into the kitchen. The hood was custom made for the space, I love the glossy white enamel finish.
Before Dining Room & Railing: In the former dining room you felt closed in by the columns and railing. Now the space is open and welcoming.
Hall before and After: we created a cased opening with a proper entry, which allowed us to gain living space. The new entry was defined by a ship-lap wainscoting and grass-cloth wallpaper. Just beyond the entry we added a console table to catch keys, and mail etc. The result is very elegant. I love the Brockie Stevenson print above the console table.
The master bedroom was dark and dreary. We stripped the wallpaper, added a ship-lap wall/fireplace and some simple touches.
I am so proud of this beautiful home renovation, the results are stunning.
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