This is a beautiful custom home built and decorated in the 80’s. The young couple that bought it could see its potential and had a new updated vision for this home.
Their dream was to create a much more contemporary space using a black and white palette.
Inside we started by re-staining the red oak wood floors to a high gloss black. Next we painted the cherry woodwork with a high gloss black paint.
Office Before Photo
We painted all cabinets high gloss black to coordinate, with the adjoining office, reupholstered the theater seating in a metallic leather, and added contemporary lighting fixtures. We then changed the carpet to a soft gray wool.
Media Room Before Photo
The sunroom was truly transformed. It originally had a built in bar that we removed, creating a warm bright sun filled room with long white silk drapes.
Sunroom Before Photo
This family living space was completely transformed. Anchored with soft gray carpet and long white silk drapes, the dramatic artwork ties it all together.
We turned the billiard room into a modern play room for the couple’s young daughter. We kept the core design elements, dark floors and white silk panels, to maintain the cohesive flow through the first floor. The bright colored toys contrasted by white walls create a “fun” space for playtime.
Playroom Before Photo
The dining room took on a dramatic makeover. We kept the gold ceiling framed with white trim. We chose an updated square glass table to compliment the shape of the room. The focal point is the 4 foot crystal chandelier.
Dining Room Before Photo
The powder room needed a makeover. The metallic wallpaper and floating vanity give the space the “touch of glam” it needed.
We chose a glass vessel sink to create a light contemporary feel.
We then carried the black and white pallet to the outdoors tying it in with strong geometric patterned pillows.
Deck Before Photo
The outdoor black and white rug anchors this large gathering space.
The outdoor and indoor spaces flow seamlessly from one room to another.
A contemporary pool cabana was added to provide additional pool storage and garage space.
The back of the house all came together… at night it looks like a beautiful resort.
And the front ties in with the newly replaced ebony garage doors. It always amazes me how much you can transform a home- A little imagination and a lot of paint can really change things.