Welcome to Part II of the Turn of the Century Home Before & After reveal! The transformation pictures keep getting better and better. As you can see in these photos, we worked within the original architecture and floor plan of the house. On the first floor, we took advantage of the beautiful bay window by adding a window seat. This cozy nook is perfect for curling up with a good book and admiring the home’s beautiful landscape. Shades of indigo and midnight blues play off one another for a mesmerizing combination. We took a risk and went for a dramatic all black formal powder room. We are in love with how this room turned out! Goodbye cheetah print carpet and renaissance wallpaper! Sherwin Williams Caviar paint covers both the walls and trim. Phillip Jeffries Sunset Silk wallcovering in Melbourne plays off the high gloss trim in the wash closet to create added dimension and drama.
The original wrought iron staircase was restored to keep the home’s historic charm alive. The Stark Carpet staircase runner in Brigade is a soft buffalo check pattern with delicious dimension and texture. In the master bedroom, the addition of a vaulted ceiling with an applied moulding detail takes this room to the next level. The master bedroom now feels much more grand and open. Enjoy these amazing before and after’s!