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Residences

Color Consulting, Custom Window Treatments, Interior Design

Description

Here are examples of various residential interior design work we’ve done.

  • This New England ranch style home needed an update on a tight budget.

    BEFORE: A small, New England ranch style home needed updating on a shoestring budget.

  • A subtle faux finish using gold, ivory, and gray tones brought a simple beauty to the space for a very low cost.

    AFTER: Working with what was already there, a subtle faux finish with gold, ivory, and gray tones brought in simple beauty along with painted cabinets which drastically updated the space at a very low cost. Touches of wrought iron accents went with the dining table and chairs, and window treatment hardware.

  • BEFORE: "Country blue" patterned wallpaper and oak cabinets made this kitchen feel choppy and outdated.

  • We incorporated more subtle tones and a new faux finished wall to completely transform the room.

    AFTER: Simple changes of color and subtle tones in the new faux finished wall brought a completely different feel to the room.

  • This old bedroom had stained carpet, dated trimwork and old wallpaper.

    BEFORE: An old bedroom with stained carpet, dated trimwork and old wallpaper made this room feel dreary.

  • Removing the old wallpaper and carpet, and refreshing the space with color gave this room some much-needed visual appeal.

    AFTER: After removing the old wallpaper and carpet, the space was refreshed with color. A painted finish on the plywood floors provided an inexpensive, yet effective update. Painted pieces and furniture from a model home helped create an inviting sitting room.

  • BEFORE: This east Nashville sunroom needed a designer's touch to take advantage of the natural beauty just outside these small windows.

  • We completely renovated this Inglewood sunroom with giant windows, cedar wood trim, and a rustic stone floor. Italian street lighting adds an ambiance to the space.

    AFTER: This updated east Nashville sunroom features cedar wood trim and rustic stone floors, with Italian street lighting to add ambiance.