If you loved it before, you're going to love it even more after.
The cabinets in this 1950s ranch were refaced in the 1980s. It got a fresh look with a new layout, new stainless steel appliances, custom cabinets, and some French Country color.
Dark colors and dated oak cabinets were replace with white open shelving, wainscot, and fresh light colored paint.
All this breakfast nook really needed was appropriately sized furniture, because it felt crowded. But since was part of a complete kitchen remodel, it got a fresh look with new flooring and baseboards.
This small bedroom didn't need a lot of work. A fresh coat of paint, new curtains and Roman shades, a new comforter and shams, and some nice artwork took this room from looking a bit like a hotel to a welcoming bedroom.
Living Room Remodel
New flooring, paint, curtains and furnishing made this living room warm and inviting with a bit of French Country flare.
Small Eat-In Kitchen
Little changes can make a big difference. This kitchen had builder-grade oak cabinets that made the kitchen feel even smaller. Painting the cabinets brightened up the space, making it more pleasant place to prepare meals.