Award Winning! Best in show in the 2023 NARI Home Tour
This 1963 Rambler Ranch had a dreary, dim, and boxed in kitchen. The owner’s purchased the home and before moving in they wanted to make the home feel open and modern, but retain its timeless classic soul. We opened up the kitchen to both the fireplace room and the dining room by removing 20 feet of wall. We made the space come alive with new ambient, task, and indirect lighting. We made very modern lines with a quartz backsplash free from busy outlets, while we kept the old soul of natural walnut. We made every guest smile with a hidden basement door.
In collaboration with Bethany Metcalf, ASID, of Snider & Metcalf Interior Design, we redesigned this 1978 home by moving the guest bedroom, bathroom, laundry room, and opening up the kitchen to the natural ravine beauty that is their backyard. We created a beautiful open backdrop for their art, new kitchen functionality, and repurposed space to make for a sunroom/great room, private bedroom/ bathroom, and functional mudroom.