I walked into this home to find what resembled a set from “That 70’s show.” Yellow-orange florals covered the walls, dark dreary cabinetry and outdated vinyl flooring incited claustrophobia. After nearly gutting the kitchen, 3 baths, dining room, family room, master suite, foyer and hallways, I transformed the house into a Tuscan style home.
Now, a medallion tile design graces the stove, a butcher block countertop creates a great work space, and the antique finish on the new cabinets gives an old world feel to the kitchen.
Custom hand-glazed tile in a radiant blue gives the bathroom a clean atmosphere. A floating cabinet allows for extra space both literally and visually. An added look is the sink that reaches beyond the counter for a deep-cut bowl.
Warm golds and reds invite you into the bedroom, along with the plush frieze carpet and Tiffany inspired lighting.
The in-law suite bath includes a shower fully tiled in tumbled stone, Roman style sconce lights and textured gold and crème art accessories that look straight out of Greece.