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Julie & Jason

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Cool • Elegant • Open • Unique • Sophisticated

We hate to play the blame game, but this spacious home was being torn apart by the family’s three dogs. From the clawed-up floors to the wasteland of a backyard, it needed some serious restoration in order to make an impression on potential buyers. We installed scratch-free hardwood throughout the main floor, staged the downstairs guest room as a study, and resurrected the backyard with a new patio, pergola, and landscaping. It’s amazing what kind of magic can happen when you swap out builder-grade components for beautiful custom features.

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wdt_ID Room Product Type STYLE Product Company Product Code/Sku
1 Kitchen Cabinetry Navy Blue Navy Blue Markraft Custom
2 Kitchen Countertop Raven Raven Caesarstone 4120
3 Kitchen Backsplash Polished Marble Polished Marble Tilebar Carrera 3" x 6"
4 Kitchen Fridge Stainless Steel Stainless Steel Fisher & Paykel RF170WDRX5
5 Kitchen Range Stainless Steel Stainless Steel Fisher & Paykel OR36SDPWGX1
6 Kitchen Dishwasher Stainless Steel Stainless Steel Fisher & Paykel DD24DCTX9_N
7 Kitchen Range Hood Stainless Steel Stainless Steel BEST Range Hoods CP34I369SB
8 Kitchen Microwave Stainless Steel Stainless Steel Fisher & Paykel MO-24SS-2
9 Kitchen Microwave Trim Kit Stainless Steel Stainless Steel Fisher & Paykel TK30MOX1
10 Kitchen Sink Polished Chrome Polished Chrome Kohler K-77515-CP

Before & After


Removing the kitchen’s clunky pantry allowed us to install twice the amount of cabinets, all in a bold navy hue. (It’s actually very similar to the shade Drew used in the den of his and Linda’s Honeymoon House!) Rounding out the room are quartz surfaces, a marble tile backsplash, and brushed gold hardware. You’ve heard us say this before, for sure: A showstopping kitchen will sell any home, especially when it looks like it belongs in a magazine.


This living room needed a worthy focal point, so we updated the fireplace with a black slab surround and hearth. We topped it with a super solid (and super stunning) reclaimed wood mantel, which provides visual contrast, adds value to the space, and doubles as a rustic bookshelf—all at the same time!


Jonathan can’t stop, won’t stop putting printed wallpaper on ceilings. He mastered this skill on the most recent season of Brother vs. Brother; it’s no easy task, but the payoff is an incredibly stylish surprise. (Think of it as the accent wall’s edgy cousin.) Clearly, we’re fans of this ceiling feature—does that make us ceiling fans


Art director: Victoria Tonelli
Local design support: WhiteStone Enterprises
Staging Furniture: Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams
Countertop fabrication: Smokey Mountain Tops
Kitchen window and patio doors: Marvin
Kitchen lighting: Circa Lighting
Roller shades: Bali Blinds
Study drapery and hardware: Smith & Noble
Outdoor paving: Pavestone
Landscaping: The Grounds Guys

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