Southern Hills Charmer
Built in 1960, this home was a well-kept jewel purchased to be renovated throughout, while maintaining the legacy of the home. The client desired a modern farmhouse style with monochromatic neutrals. This was achieved through a variety of texture and nods to the farmhouse style through the farmhouse sink, white painted cabinets, reclaimed wood and salvaged materials from the original home.
Modifications to the floor plan and lifting ceilings in the kitchen allowed for an open, more grand feeling that would continue to meld with the tradition of the architectural style of the home. Large windows allow natural light to flow through the gallery hall, main living room, and kitchen. The design of the home was continued outside through a serene outdoor living space and landscape on the back of the home.
Mahogany wood was salvaged from the interior walls of the home in its original state and re-purposed as painted shiplap in the master bedroom and entryway. The built-ins in the main living space received a facelift through reclaimed wood doors, glass and hardware to give them a fresh look.