You don’t need to undergo a complete home remodel to give your space a facelift. This home in Longmont had a few small areas that needed some TLC, but first on the priority list was the master bathroom remodel. The goal was to make this space an oasis to forget about the stressors of everyday life. The homeowners dreamed of a mountain getaway where they could wash their worries away. The design concept began as just that and evolved into a calming, nature-inspired retreat. With pebble flooring in the shower and warm tones throughout the space, you can’t help but take a deep breath of relief when you enter this bathroom. Though the footprint and layout did not change, the new design makes the space feel expansive and open. Clean lines and neutral colors transport this space into the 21st century while maintaining a timeless elegance.
You can’t deny that a fresh coat of paint does wonders for a dated home. This home instantly felt larger and more contemporary as the first coats went on the walls. We chose a neutral pallete while enhancing the existing architectural details with accent colors. Our favorite detail is, of course, the jaw-dropping dining room ceiling.
The original fireplace surround and shelving unit was far too ornate for this client. The refreshed space is a haven for family game nights, impromtu violin concerts, and leisure. The final result reflects their lifestyle, simplistic and minimal.
Before & After
Before and after… do we need to say more? This project proves that small updates can help your outdated home evolve into your dream home, one coat of paint at a time.