Down to the studs

This ranch was a complete renovation! We took it down to the studs and redesigned the space for this young family. We opened up the main floor to create a large kitchen with two islands and seating for a crowd and a dining nook that looks out on the beautiful front yard. We created two seating areas, one for TV viewing and one for relaxing in front of the bar area. We added a new mudroom with lots of closed storage cabinets, a pantry with a sliding barn door and a powder room for guests. We raised the ceilings by a foot and added beams for definition of the spaces. We gave the whole home a unified feel using lots of white and grey throughout with pops of orange to keep it fun.

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A Kelly added this to A's ideas1 February 2020

Neutral color, pop of color. HATE the gold fixture, looks like Elvis 70s mansion trash

Belinda Leonen added this to My ideas6 January 2020

How it transitions from the kitchen

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