Like most 1980’s condos, this home was in desperate need of a facelift. We focused our attention on the outdated interiors of this small space, making each room function to its very best. While she may be unassuming on the outside, this beauty is full of fresh flair within!
This home’s front door opens into the living-dining space, where our first order of business was scraping the popcorn ceilings, pulling up old green carpeting, and removing (and repurposing!) two dark beams. We opened the kitchen to the living space – without sacrificing storage in the dark cabinets and butcher block island. The two spaces were unified with modern patterned tiles on the fireplace and coordinating backsplash in the kitchen.
And maybe the most surprising (and needed) refresh was the master suite. We pulled up the grungy carpeting and added a graphic focal wall in the bedroom, repurposing the ceiling beams. After relocating the shower from inside the master bedroom to the en suite, we completed this gorgeous renovation with a double vanity and fresh flooring, pulling through the patterned tile in the rest of the house.