When we begin a new project, rarely do we start with a blank slate. Usually we’re marrying some older pieces in with the new. This can be tricky but when properly executed can make an impressive statement (and save money!)
Paint can completely update and refresh a space. For this client, we took a dated buffet and painted it in contrasting colors to give the piece a more modern look.
We brightened up this foyer by changing the trim and wall color and painting the grandfather clock a high-sheen white.
Sometimes a different perspective is all that’s needed. We took this client’s old kitchen table and used it as a desk in their new home office. By upcycling the old piece, it becomes new again!
When the client wants a larger kitchen island but the granite is too beautiful not to repurpose, our design team turns it into something all together different. We were able to salvage this piece and design a modern-industrial style desk using the granite top. Cool, right?
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To the average eye, something may look unusable. But to the designer eye, we see potential. With a little imagination, the possibilities are endless!
Love a good before & after story? See how we updated a Tuscan-style home and made it more transitional by combining new and old in a fresh way! Read the story HERE.