Living Room 1_Before.jpg
Living Room 1_Before.jpg 2013-09-27
Living Room 1_After.jpg
Living Room 1_After.jpg 2013-09-28
Living Room 2_Before.jpg
Living Room 2_Before.jpg 2013-09-27
Living Room 2_After.jpg
Living Room 2_After.jpg 2013-09-29
Dining Room 1_Before.jpg
Dining Room 1_Before.jpg 2013-09-27
Dining Room 1_After.jpg
Dining Room 1_After.jpg 2013-09-29
Dining Room 2_After.jpg
Dining Room 2_After.jpg 2013-09-29
Kitchen 1_Before.jpg 2013-09-27
Kitchen 1_After.jpg 2013-09-29
Kitchen 2_Before.jpg 2013-09-27
Kitchen 2_After.jpg 2013-09-29
Powder Room_Before.jpg 2013-09-27
Powder Room_After.jpg 2013-09-29
Sunroom 1_After.jpg 2013-09-29
Sunroom 2_After.jpg 2013-09-29
Sunroom 3_After.jpg 2013-09-29
Master Bedroom 1_Before.jpg
Master Bedroom 1_Before.jpg 2013-09-27
Master Bedroom 1_After.jpg
Master Bedroom 1_After.jpg 2013-09-29
Master Bedroom 2_Before.jpg
Master Bedroom 2_Before.jpg 2013-09-27
Master Bedroom 2_After.jpg
Master Bedroom 2_After.jpg 2013-09-29
Bedroom 2_Before.jpg 2013-09-27
Bedroom 2_After.jpg 2013-09-29
Bedroom 3_Before.jpg 2013-09-27
Bedroom 3_After.jpg 2013-09-29
Front Entry - Before
The open front entry is double-height, but the furnishings were too small to make much of an impact.
Front entry - After
Adding a larger grouping and a mirror make the entry more welcoming.
Living Room - Before
The furniture arrangement of the small living room was a bit disjointed, especially with one chair as the dog's window perch.
Living Room - After
Re-arranging the furniture and adding accessories gave this room a pulled-together garden feel.
Dining Room - Before
The dining room table and island (which was moved into the kitchen) were merely catch-alls for clutter, and the room had no real focal point.
Dining Room - After
This big room seemed even bigger after some of the chairs were removed and the hutches that sat on both sides of the room were combined to provide a focal point.
Family Room - Before
The family room was OK, but lacked personality.
Family Room - After
The right decorative accents and minor changes in the furniture layout make all the difference.
Family Room - After 2
Now the family room is warm and inviting.
Kitchen - Before
Clutter claimed this kitchen, and the portable island was in the dining room.
Kitchen - After
When the island was moved back into the kitchen, the pendant lights made sense. Once the clutter was cleared and some accessories were added, the kitchen looked like new.
1st Floor Bathroom - After
No "before" of this one. We just added the small print above the toilet and the flower arrangement.
Den - Before
The den was OK, but everything was crammed on one side of the room, and it lacked decoration.
Den - After
A larger desk was brought down from a bedroom, and a few accents were added.
Master Suite Sleeping Area - Before
The bed was blah and the tall dresser crowded that side of the room.
Master Suite Sleeping Area - After
Since the headboard was really low, we created one with throw pillows and used a print that had been in the family room to give the bed more color and presence.
Master Suite Sleeping Area - Before 2
The room was a bit cluttered, and didn't seem like a relaxing place to escape to at the end of the day.
Master Suite Sleeping Area - After 2
Moving the tall dresser into the opposite corner opened up the area by the bed, while still leaving plenty of space to move around.
Master Suite Sitting Area - Before
With all the clutter around, there was no place to sit in the sitting area.
Master Suite Sitting Area - After
Moving the loveseat in front of the window opened up the space and created a relaxing area to sit and read.
Master Bathroom - Before
Clutter reigned supreme in the bathroom.
Master Bathroom - After
Removing the clutter and adding some accessories transformed a chaotic space into a tranquil retreat.
Bedroom #2 - Before
This room was almost a blank slate; not much going on in here.
Bedroom #2 - After
Adding linens and a pretty print makes this room ready for a guest.
Bedroom #3 - Before
A great headboard was obscured by clutter and a shoe rack on the front of the closet door.
Bedroom #3 - After
No much needed here, just a single framed print, a plant, and a few pillows.
Bedroom #4 - Before
The jersey and the lamp were the only things in this room.
Bedroom #4 - After
Add a metal wall hanging and an inflatable bed, and some accessories, and voila--you've got a bedroom.
Upstairs Bath - After
The room needed some serious de-cluttering, but after all the items were gone, there were great bones underneath!
Spare Bedroom Used as Home Office_Before 1
This spare bedroom was originally used as a home office, but the homeowner decided it would work show better as a guest room.
Spare Bedroom Used as Home Office_After 1
By bringing in a bed and side table that were stored in the garage and purchasing new bedding and accessories for about $150, this room now makes a definite statement.
Guest Room Restyling_Moved Bed
By moving the bed under the pictures, the room has a stronger focal point.
Guest Room Restyling_Changed Accessories
The same room now looks completely different with a color palette featuring cool grays, blues and greens.