Our newlywed clients asked us to rework this 1967 split level into their first together home. We opened the kitchen to the rest of the main floor and reconfigured two bedrooms into one master suite with walk-in closet and fresh master bath. Showcasing both of their style preferences, we matched bright color and warm woods to create a perfect backdrop for their wonderful collection of eclectic furnishings.
Belmont Terra Stone bases with TMK Custom alder uppers
Caesarstone White Attica Quartz perimeter, steamed poplar island
DalTile ceramic Coral Bead field, SomerTile Faenza Nero range accent
Schoolhouse Electric Isaac in natural brass
Used Throughout Mercier Generations hard maple Stone
Pental Quartz Marfil
DalTile gloss bevel Sail field, Clayhaus Blue Hawaii shower floor, Jasba Atelier turquoise mix shower niche
Crossville Shades Thunder
George Kovacks Saber in Honey Gold
Hygge & West Daydream orange
Wild River pre-primed fir, seven window square sticking
We pulled warm fir in to create floating shelves and a matching wood wrap ceiling detail.
Bold color and pattern mix it up with floating wood shelves in this ultra-stylish space.
Two-tone cabinets, quiet counters and an apron front sink create a foil for the vibrant backsplash in the prep area. Gray plugs and switches make the update complete.
With the wall down, the new kitchen island becomes the main-floor hub. Bar stools on the sunken living room side are the perfect height.
A dreary entry is transformed by spunky wallpaper and a modern front door.
New flooring and freshly painted walls give the living room the update needed to showcase the homeowner’s furnishings. The renewed entry adds personality beyond.
We freshened the fireplace and removed side built-ins to completely update this room’s look with minimal expense. A new single bench conceals an existing radon gas pipe.
We combined two bedrooms into one spacious master by removing the closets that separated them and adding a compact walk-in closet at the far end, next to the ensuite bathroom.
We enlarged the shower by removing part of the left wall, and opened the space with frameless glass bi-pass doors. A door to a demolished exterior deck was also removed, creating a large window opening and letting light spill into the room.
Bright, beautiful materials sparkle in the new space. A foot-niche set low in the wall makes shaving easier when there’s not room for a bench.
We took down the wall between the kitchen and living areas and reworked the hall entrance to the kitchen to create a pantry next to the range.
Upstairs we turned two bedrooms into one large master and created a new walk-in closet near the master bath.