Park Grove Remodel: Kitchen + Family Room

We are so excited to share with you our latest completed project, the Park Grove Remodel. Our client's home is in a track home neighborhood and was completely builder basic and beige when we were brought onto the project. They wanted to completely remodel the entire home and make it feel more fresh and modern.


Let's start with the kitchen. This space used to have a small island with a separate area for a kitchen table and chairs. Our clients did not use the kitchen table much so we opted for a larger island with seating for six at the end. In order to create a warm contrast with the classic white cabinetry, we selected a natural wood for the island. The mix of finishes and countertop materials helps to create interest in the space. Between the two windows there once hung a single cabinet that looked so sad and lonely so we decided to replace it for floating shelves that tie into the island.


After:


Before:


Marble + Copper Cheese Board | Large Round Pizza Board | Hand + Dish Soap Set


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Before:

The family room is right off of the kitchen, making it the perfect spot for entertaining and movie nights with the family. We took down the existing blinds and trimmed out the windows and changed the window treatments to a woven roman shade that added texture and warmth to the space.


When selecting furnishing we wanted to select pieces that felt timeless and classic. One of our favorite pieces is the navy blue settee, it adds more color into the space creating a more inviting family room. Our client was keen on having an earthy color palette, so we kept things simple with blues, greens, neutrals, and a touch of rust tones.

Cement Flower Pot | Gray slipcover sofa | River Stripe Pillow Cover | Charlotte Ceramic Pot | Grid Pattern Vase in Cream | Bruno Tray | Ivory White Bone Beads | Cambridge Bone Box | Blue Sofa | Floor Lamp



This space originally had a niche, next to the fireplace, that had an armoire in it. The fireplace was dated and heavy with a dark stone surround. We designed a built-in for the TV and completely reworked the fireplace to something much more fresh and sophisticated. Taking away the stone hearth allowed for more room in the space, and who isn't always on the search for creating more space? The accessories and artwork add the perfect finishing touches and make the space feel complete. Can you believe the transformation?!


After:

River Stripe Pillow Cover | Floor Lamp | Wood Pedestal | Gray Link Frame | Footed Flower Pot | Cement Taper Holders | Terracotta Pot | Geometric Shape Stand | Grid Pattern Vase in Cream | White Bone Beads | Bruno Tray


Before:


Cement Flower Pot

Grid Pattern Vase in Cream | White Bone Beads | Bruno Tray


Photography by John Woodcock | Contractor: Holtzman | Park Grove Remodel



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