I am so excited to reveal this re-model and give you the full house tour.

We meshed  our California coastal style with a bit of rustic industrial to create an Industrial Coastal Home.

 


Entry

 Right from the entry, we set the tone using natural sea-grass and wood accents, while welcoming you to this eclectic mix of styles.

Using these natural elements, textures, and cool calming colors of the beach show how these two styles work well together.


Living Room

One of the first elements we spoke about, was lightening and brightening this house.

In keeping with the idea of a more open feel, we replaced the original window to bring in more natural light.  Using the existing chair rail to create a border between the navy paint and grass cloth wallpaper. We love how the  dark wall color anchors the wall while also serving as a back drop to highlight the linen sofas and pops of color in the pillows.


Dining Room

From a very traditional room (see in the before pic) to an elegant Industrial design.

The ornate glass drop chandelier catches your eye as soon as you walk into this room, while also accentuating the phenomenal reclaimed barn wood wall. We added more of the barn wood, in the shelving we customizes with pipe brackets. Even the  drapery hardware emulates pipe fittings, incorporating everything you would expect of this industrial coastal home.


Family Room and Kitchen

The existing blue in the counter top and back splash were the inspiration for our accent wall, since the kitchen/family room are one large space..

Pops of green were added in the soft goods, in order to keep the room for feeling flat.

 

One of the first request for this project, was this custom made window seat and breakfast nook.

The table and  banquette was designed to easily seat a family of four for casual dining as well as a great conversational area.

 

 


Guest Bedroom

Rejuvenate, Relax and enjoy this neutral toned guest bedroom


Girl’s Bedroom

We wanted this room to be fun, playful, and colorful for her tween girl’s room.

The day bed doubles as a sofa for the girls to chit-chat with friends or a comfy place for  sleepovers.


Office

A “Think like a Boss” office, to make it that much nicer to work from home.

 


Master Bedroom

Your bedroom should be a peaceful area to rejuvenate each night.

This yellow and grey color combination is soothing to the eye, creating the perfect room to unwind from whatever  type of day you’ve had.

Photos by Paul S. Bartholomew Photography

We think the transformation is pretty amazing and hope you do as well, but there is no better feeling then when the client loves their home.

“As I walk around my home, I think this is my favorite room, until I walk into the next…”  MK

 


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