This is a complete gut of this 1930s brick English Tudor home: kitchen, bathrooms, bedrooms – basement to roofline. I created a master suite out of two odd, small bedrooms and a half bath. Now the master suite consists of a large master bedroom, master bathroom, and walk-in closet. The kitchen was small and underutilized, so I maximized the wall cabinets by extending them all the way to the ceiling. The cabinets are IKEA Abstrakt with Caesarstone white countertops. The bathrooms have Daltile blue-gray porcelain tile “planks” to mimic the look of the wood floors throughout the space. The vanities are IKEA Godmorgon series with orange or blue Caesarstone (the house’s color palette consisted of neutrals with accents of orange and blue). I incorporated the architectural eaves on the bedroom levels by painting both the walls and ceiling the same white (Benjamin Moore Decorators White) to make the rooms appear larger. The Benjamin Moore Gray Owl OC-52 paint color I chose remained neutral throughout the house to highlight the client’s vast collection of artwork and mid-century modern furniture. All photos by Betsy Maddox.
Love caesarstone! Been to Sally’s house and your work is stunning!
Thanks, Kari! Sally was a absolute pleasure to work with!
This is gorgeous! You are so talented.
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