Friday, December 16, 2016

Before and After: I dream of teal




This project is very dear to me, not just because this house has been in my client's family for generations, but because it is one of those homes that gives Anchorage character, and it was important to me to maintain that character while providing a fresh approach, a comfortable living space, and a beautiful design. 

 
From the before picture you can see that the space was divided into two rooms connected by a pass through that we made into one room. This allowed us to relocate the appliances to give the kitchen a spacious working triangle. 

 
Since we kept the wall cabinetry minimal, it was important to capture every inch of space for the base cabinetry, pantry, and appliance garage. 
The windows have a wood frame stained the same color as the rest of the wood paneling in the home, and the window sills and countertop are made of quartz. 

 
We worked with three colors: white, gray, and teal (the client's favorite). The floors are natural oak to match the rest of the house. 

 
So much sparkle!

 
We are move in ready, just in time to celebrate the new year!

Design and materials: {{K&W Interiors}}
Installation: Allright Remodel
All after pictures by {{DMD Real Estate Photography}}

P.S. A big note of thanks to: Dave Davis, Metro Home, Dallas Wildeve, your flowers are incredible! and Michael Kessler, working with you was my pleasure. 

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