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Sally & David

Sally, David and their two teenage sons are into cycling—and we mean really into cycling: They even had a room exclusively for training and riding! But the family needed space to eat, relax and spend time together when they weren’t on two wheels. We got to work updating their living room, kitchen and dining room to better accommodate family time, while ensuring the bike room got the Olympic-sized upgrade they were looking for.

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wdt_ID Room Product Type STYLE Product Company Product Code/Sku
1 All Flooring Aragon Aragon CRAFT Artisan Wood Floors N/A
2 All Tools Tools Tools Milwaukee N/A
3 Bike Room Furniture Luda Accent Table - Black Luda Accent Table - Black The Brick LUDABACC
4 Bike Room Window Treatment Sheer Horizontal Shade - Horizon 2" Room Darkening - Swan Sheer Horizontal Shade - Horizon 2" Room Darkening - Swan Shade Works N/A
5 Bike Room Window Treatment Solar Roller Shade - Pro Weave S 1% - White Solar Roller Shade - Pro Weave S 1% - White Shade Works N/A
6 Bike Room Barn Door Herringbone Barn Door with Easy Glide Soft Close Herringbone Barn Door with Easy Glide Soft Close Renin N/A
7 Dining Room Furniture Talia Dining Table Talia Dining Table The Brick TALIAWTL
8 Dining Room Lighting Matteo Black & Chrome Chandelier Matteo Black & Chrome Chandelier Lights Canada C58212CHCL
9 Entry Front Door Front Door Front Door Gem Windows and Doors N/A
10 Entry Lighting Hudson Valley Lettie Olde Bronze Flush Mount Hudson Valley Lettie Olde Bronze Flush Mount Lights Canada 9415-OB

Before & After


David and the boys love their cycling, but Sally had basically one request for us: an updated living room to feel at home. And at the center of that living room, figuratively and literally, was a massive wood-burning fireplace. David initially wanted to keep the original brick look, but after we showed them what a modern update could look like, everyone agreed: modern was the way to go. We placed quartz over cement board and topped it with a reclaimed wood mantle, creating a great contrast of old and new that went together perfectly.


So, about those bikes: there were a lot of them, in a converted living space that needed a little more separation from the rest of the house. Because cycling is so important to the family, we wanted them to feel like they were walking into a room made just for that purpose, without it feeling out of place. We found folding bike hangers to help with storage and space, and installed oak paneling to reduce scuffing. We added shelves and hooks for trophies and medals, and freshened up the bay window so that it could be used as a reading bench … if the boys ever get off their bikes.


The kitchen and dining room were OK when Sally and David bought the house five years ago, but space had run out. Appliances and people were bumping into each other, so we took out a wall and created a lot more room for the family to either sit at the new island or hang out at the dining room table. We specifically chose a table that could expand for more friends and family, so they wouldn’t have to break up the conversation. A side bar for coffee, wine and other refreshments means they won’t have to go far for refills.

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Art Director: Sydni Naglie, Apex Interiors
Construction Lead: Troy Barnes

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