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Amanda & Jeff

Amanda, Jeff, and their two young kids live active, sports-filled lives. When they found a house with a massive backyard that gives them plenty of space for a tennis court, wrap-around deck, and space to run around in, it was impossible not to fall in love. But inside, the low ceilings, awkward layout, and dated finishes keep the house from being perfect. We came in and gave the family a light, airy farmhouse that they can play and compete in for years to come.

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wdt_ID Room Product Type style Product Company company_link Product Code/Sku
1 Throughout Pot Lights HLB4LED HLB4LED HALO HLB4 LED
2 Throughout Flooring Vieste - White Oak Vieste - White Oak CRAFT Artisan Wood Floors N/A
3 Throughout Measurements Room Measurement Services Room Measurement Services Urban Measure N/A
4 Throughout Kitchen Cabinets, Wall Paint Simply White Simply White Benjamin Moore OC-117
5 Front Entry Front Door Paint Dusky Blue Dusky Blue Benjamin Moore 1640
6 Front Entry Light Pendants Matrimonio Mini-Pendant Matrimonio Mini-Pendant Generation Lighting P1394DFW/DWZ
7 Front Entry Light Fixture Canopy Multi-Port Canopy Five Light Cluster Canopy Multi-Port Canopy Five Light Cluster Canopy Generation Lighting 7449405-962
8 Living Room Sofa Gleam Fabric Sofa - Laporta Ash Gleam Fabric Sofa - Laporta Ash The Brick GLEAMGSF
9 Living Room Coffee Table Galveston Coffee Table with Hidden Casters - Brown Galveston Coffee Table with Hidden Casters - Brown The Brick GALVECTB
10 Living Room Lighting Adelaide 1 - Light Sconce Adelaide 1 - Light Sconce Generation Lighting VS2471MBK

Before & After


Jeff’s a big guy like us, so we were excited to be able to vault the ceilings. Now, he doesn’t have to duck whenever he takes the stairs. We also replaced the railing to give the place Amanda’s beachy farmhouse style.


Before renovations, the living room’s only windows were either dated or currently holding the record for world’s smallest. The family decided to trade their claim to fame for beautiful French doors to their backyard and plenty of natural light.


By tearing down the wall separating the living room and kitchen, we were able to give Amanda plenty of space to cook without feeling cut off from the rest of family. Best of all, we added a pass-through counter outside the kitchen window, so that on a hot day, thirsty athletes can pick up cool drinks without leaving the backyard.


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Art Director: Sarah Sandeman
Construction Lead: Wilson Homes

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