The team then turned its attention to design. If this project was to be done, it was not to neglect aesthetics. Inspiration from the homeowner’s 3-ring binder full of plastic page protected magazine cut-outs that had been collected for years was brought into the fold. Pattern play, millwork and cabinet details dominated the conversation.
Wallpaper adorns many of the walls in the remodeled areas.
And where wallpaper is absent, interesting carpentry details take center stage. Like the master bathroom which features a trellis-and-mirror water closet door and tub front. Or the new upstairs hallway lined with wainscoting.
This existing window became a focal point with the addition of a cozy bench seat in one of the girls’ bedrooms.
Our client couldn't resist the opportunity to also add a splash of wallpaper to the mudroom and upstairs office.
A feast for the eyes, bursting in color, the new spaces fit perfectly with the personality and lifestyle of this young Mission Hills family.