This 1960's home needed a little love to bring it into the new century while retaining the traditional charm of the house and entertaining the maximalist taste of the homeowners. Mixing bold colors and fun patterns were not only welcome but a requirement, so this home got a fun makeover in almost every room!
Original brick floors laid in a herringbone pattern had to be retained and were a great element to design around. They were stripped, washed, stained, and sealed. Wainscot paneling covers the bottom portion of the walls, while the upper is covered in an eye-catching wallpaper from Eijffinger's Pip Studio 3 collection.
The opening to the kitchen was enlarged to create a more open space, but still keeping the lines defined between the two rooms. New exterior doors and windows halved the number of mullions and increased visibility to the back yard. A fun pink chandelier chosen by the homeowner brings the room to life.