A complete interior renovation that involved opening up the kitchen to the great room, and reworking the master suite, this patio home in Scottsdale was a major update from the 80’s decor and layout it originally had.
All flooring, cabinetry, fixtures and walls were completely redone to create a more modern feeling that still worked with some of the owner’s transitional style furnishings. Many new contemporary furniture pieces were added to fit the new space as they were downsizing from a large custom home.
Light, bright, and fresh was the feeling the client wanted to have in the home, which we accomplished with neutral flooring and walls throughout.
This couple had lived in a large home in Mesa for many years, and with all kids now out of the house, they wanted an easier place to lock up and leave when they traveled. With a second home in Tahoe, this was a winter home only. They wanted to update their style to a more contemporary look but keep many of their existing furnishings.
We were tasked with finding a transitional aesthetic that worked with their current furnishings while still feeling updated and bit more contemporary overall. All finishes and fixtures were also being replaced throughout the house, and we guided the owners to the selections that best fit their need for ease of maintenance, contemporary look, and fresh style.