It’s no secret, designers love a good Before + After…including us! Watching a home improve before your eyes makes a project that much more satisfying. Clean slates are fun, but renovations are exhilarating. #GreatwaterRetreat began with a focus on opening up the entire floor plan. From there, we also added on square footage throughout.
Our clients were such troopers and were so open to everything we suggested throughout the entire process. They came to us wanting a more modern vibe, which made complete sense when factoring in the overall look of the home beforehand. So many warm, wooden tones…which isn’t always a bad thing! We just wanted to modernize those elements and bring in a clean, fresh look.
This time around, we decided to change things up! The “after” of each individual room immediately follows the “before” so you can really see how drastic the transformation is. Enjoy!!
BEFORE : KITCHEN
AFTER : KITCHEN
A break from the classic all-white kitchen can be refreshing. We LOVED that our clients embraced the idea of adding in an aged copper hood, open shelves, and a stunning bronze wrought iron pendant.
BEFORE : FAMILY ROOM
AFTER : FAMILY ROOM
A cool, calming palette is ideal for the space where a family will spend the majority of their time together.
BEFORE : DINING ROOM
AFTER : DINING ROOM
Something about brick makes a house feel more like a home. We welcomed in a rustic feel while still maintaining a modern look.
BEFORE : MASTER BEDROOM
AFTER : MASTER BEDROOM
Creating an elegant, yet comfy master is always the goal! We selected a dark wooden finish for both the poster bed frame and armoire to balance out the light, neutral colors in the room.
BEFORE : OFFICE + KID’S BEDROOM
AFTER : OFFICE + KID’S BEDROOM
This office contains a mixture of materials as well as tones, which gives it more personality. We decided on graphite colored cabinets, a natural wood console, and an Arterior’s vintage silver lamp to make the space pop.
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xx, Team BMID
Images by: Stephen Allen Photography