k i t c h e n
The kitchen is truly the heart of our home. Featuring IKEA cabinets, Semihandmade DIY shaker fronts, KitchenAid appliances, and Rejuvenation lighting, it proves that simple is anything but boring.
d i n i n g
The dining room is essentially an extension of the kitchen and living room, making it a very transitional space that is perfect for daily use as well as larger gatherings in which the table can be expanded to fit at least 10 guests.
l i v i n g
Friends and family no longer have to squeeze into the kitchen during gatherings as the entire first floor is one large open space. With plans to add a large deck right outside of the slider doors, this room will become the essence of indoor/outdoor living.
p o w d e r b a t h
In an effort to add a little fun to the space but not spend a ton of money, washi tape was cut and applied to the wall in a fun graphic pattern. A super simple solution that can be completed in an afternoon.
m u d r o o m
Tongue and groove paneling added the perfect amount of texture while also improving the durability of a heavy traffic area. A DIY bench with storage below helped make the space functional too.
l a u n d r y
Several projects in the works within this space. More to come!
m a s t e r b e d r o o m
Small but mighty, the master bedroom is ideal for the early riser. Morning light streams through the east-facing window and makes this a relaxing space to rise and shine.
m a s t e r b a t h
An oversized window was the jumping off point for this light and bright space. Featuring IKEA vanities with a custom quartz countertop and under mount sinks, this room proves that a little imagination and hard work makes anything possible.
g u e s t b e d r o o m 1
To maximize the space, IKEA closet systems were installed in both guest bedrooms. There are still a lot of details to nail down (mattress, anyone?), but the afternoon light that floods this room makes it an easy favorite.
g u e s t b e d r o o m 2
Ever the work in progress, lots more to come in this space!
g u e s t b a t h
Balancing the line between form, function and cost is a never ending exercise, but this space proves that you can achieve a high-end look on a budget. We used an IKEA vanity and sink to save costs but painted the fronts and added leather hardware to take things to the next level. Open shelving and subway tile to the ceiling help elevate a relatively small space.