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Sandy & Colter

Sandy and her son, Colter, have inherited a house that has been in their family for generations. Not only does Colter plan to use the place as his starter home, but Sandy also wishes to eventually retire there once he moves out. However, the dated interior and dysfunctional kitchen don’t match either of their tastes or needs. We came in and transformed their living room, dining room, and kitchen into something both mother and son could enjoy and perhaps one day pass down onto future generations. 

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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 Measurements Room Measurement Services Room Measurement Services Urban Measure N/A
3 Throughout Wall Paint White Dove White Dove Benjamin Moore OC-17
4 Throughout Hardwood Floors Aragon (Hickory) Aragon (Hickory) CRAFT Artisan Wood Floors N/A
5 Throughout Trim, Baseboard, Ceiling Paint Simply White Simply White Benjamin Moore OC-117
6 Front Entry Bench Macsen Dining Bench – Beige Macsen Dining Bench – Beige The Brick MACSTDBN
7 Living Room Table Lamp Elda Table Lamp Elda Table Lamp The Brick ELDAXXTL
8 Living Room Sectional Gena 2-Piece Linen-Look Fabric Right-Facing Sectional - Cotton Gena 2-Piece Linen-Look Fabric Right-Facing Sectional - Cotton The Brick GENACOSR
9 Living Room Throw Pillow Designed2B Linen-Look Fabric Accent Pillow - Cabo Silver Designed2B Linen-Look Fabric Accent Pillow - Cabo Silver The Brick P21C2374
10 Living Room Throw Pillow Sofa Lab Accent Pillow - Royal Sofa Lab Accent Pillow - Royal The Brick P21C3188

Before & After


Transitioning the house into an open-concept space had always been a plan of Sandy’s father, so opening the living room was our first step. However, to make sure we brought the house into the modern age without sacrificing all the memories Sandy and Colter made, we focused on incorporating old family pieces into the décor. From the freshly painted fireplace to the rustic, wooden tables, these familiar objects can now be appreciated in a new light.


This dining room has often been the spot of many large family gatherings, so Colter decided a round table would be better suited for them. In addition to the new, mid-tone hardware floors, we also decorated the side walls with family photos to honor all generations of this household.


Getting the kitchen right was our main goal, considering Sandy and Colter’s different design styles. To capture both their tastes, we installed new white cabinets and added a splash of color with the blue island. Not only did this compromise work, but the additional new top-of-the-line appliances turned out to be a crowd-pleaser that won everyone over. 


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Art Director: Sydni Hoffman
Construction Lead: Rouse Projects

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