This total house transformation took this house from the 70’s to Simply Modern, from dark and dreary with no unity or flow to an open, bright, unified space that flowed nicely. My clients wanted to open the kitchen up to the living room and have one style of flooring through out. Since the Fireplace was a big element in this room, we focused a lot of time and money on it, removing the old non working propane insert, selecting a modern faced wood burning stove, tearing out the old stone and skinning the existing concrete block with….CONCRETE! A custom milled blue pine mantle created the finishing touches. To save money, we painted the existing cabinets as well as the soffit above them and added crown to make them feel more custom. As soon as the Final Pictures are back, I will update this album. Floor: Sawyer Mills Oiled Wood. Counters: Cornerstone Custom Granite. Lighting: Fiess. Contractor: Ridgeline Construction. All Tile: Emser. Fireplace: Chim Chimney.
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