This lovely, charming French Tudor home received a dramatic makeover that bright end the interior and restored modern family living to its spaces. The original residence was redesigned by well renowned architect Mark Nelson in 2005 and still had stunning architectural details. But when homeowners walked through the property the first time they had to use their creativity to envision their family in the space. Dark accents were given a face lift, carpeting was replaced with hardwood, and the flooring was given a new earthy stain. Beautiful existing woodwork in the house was complimented with more trim and accents to bring it into the next era, but still honoring the house’s roots. The kitchen was given an overhaul with walls opened up, new cabinets, stunning fixtures and two islands that are the centerpiece for more than just conversation. The end product is a truly a work of art, but one that even the little hands and feet in the home can enjoy.
Designer: Katie Gonzales