Guest room before
Guest room before. This bedroom wasn't very inviting for guests. It lacked warmth and proper lighting.
Guest room after
Guest room after. The addition of a few accessories, lamps and artwork turned this room into a more welcoming space.
Under-utilized loft space
Under-used loft. The loft space at a beach condo on Cape Cod was not being utilized to its maximum potential.
Reconfigured loft space
Reconfigured loft. Making the most of this space by turning it into a third bedroom increased the rental value of the property.
Master bedroom nook before
Master bedroom nook before. A key feature of this suite is a cozy seating nook. The space was cluttered and unappealing.
Master bedroom nook after
Master bedroom nook after. De-cluttering and rearranging furniture that was already in the client's home showcases this inviting space.
Bedroom window before
Bedroom window before. Another space in the master suite was dark, undefined and a catch-all for unorganized decorative items.
Bedroom window after
Bedroom window after. A comfortable chair and the desk, that had only functioned as a TV stand, create a quiet spot to work or even to look out at the greenery beyond.
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