The home that Becky and Justin purchased wasn’t in their desired neighborhood—and had what we’ll generously call a “unique” layout—but they saw the potential in its square footage. We got to work making major structural changes, like reconfiguring the kitchen and converting the former garage into the master suite, to accommodate their need for several entertaining spaces. By the time the dust had settled, this couple and their adorable baby were the proud owners of a flowing, fully functional home that’s fit for all their friends and family.
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PBS14E04 Becky Justin
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|Catris in Stainless Steel
|Precis in White
|Island Pendant Lights
|Captra in Satin Nickel/Smoke
|Trail Pull in Satin Nickel
|Waterjet Decos Marble in Frost White
|Marble Systems Tile
|Enclave in Kingley
Before & After
SUCH GREAT HEIGHTS
We desperately needed to add height to the master bedroom, which used to be a dingy garage. We scored six extra inches of headspace by excavating the floor by hand, since the space was too narrow for heavy equipment! We also created a feature wall behind the headboard using an engineered product with a wood-look finish—installing it vertically gives the illusion of an even higher ceiling. (We’ve definitely used this trick before!)
What’s black and white and chic all over? This house! Becky and Justin liked neutral colors but were open to bold accents, so we went with a classic combo: The master bath’s stylish black faucets, fixtures, and accent tile offer a super-crisp contrast to the room’s clean white canvas, and out in the main entryway, we painted the existing exterior doors a darker color to pop against the white walls. The shower niche and front door actually ended up echoing each other—a cool touch, right?
In the newly situated kitchen, we made sure to include plenty of cabinets for dishes, pantry items, and assorted gadgets. But we also added open shelves on either side of the vent hood, using white oak to maintain the natural aesthetic of the room. This setup is not for everyone—many people prefer to hide all of their clutter behind closed doors—but Becky and Justin wanted to display certain pieces of glassware decor and, besides, there was plenty of room.
Bring It Home
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Art director: Erin Hinkley
Construction lead: Rob Wilson of Wilson Homes