The living room makeover included a restoration of the fireplace with the old green tile replaced with Carrara marble for a timeless look. The shiplap above the mantel was salvaged from walls removed during demolition.
Natural light streams into this contemporary chef's kitchen, highlighting its creamy, white Carrara countertop and backsplash. Custom, craftsmen cabinetry in deep espresso frames the bright marble surfaces to create a stunning contrast.
This open, airy master bathroom was transformed from a formerly small, narrow space that also included a small walk-in closet and linen closet. White custom cabinetry and loads of Carrara marble blend with soft gray walls, giving the space an ethereal, spa-like feel. A mix of recessed and decorative lighting add sparkle.
This kitchen was completely transformed with all new cabinets, painted gray on the bottom and white on top to make the space appear larger. The wrap-around countertop was replaced with a space-saving kitchen island and breakfast bar. All new stainless steel appliances give this room a sleek, clean look.
This traditional white master bathroom features white Shaker-style cabinetry with Carrara marble countertops. Durable porcelain tile floors mimic the Carrara marble pattern. The white space is contrasted with rustic Restoration Hardware mirrors and chrome fixtures.
The black granite detailing in this bathroom's flooring and shower walls provides contrast against the beautiful Carrara marble that fills the space. The white vanity and bathtub help accomplish the light, breezy feel of the room.
Having two islands is a major perk: one can be used for entertaining guests, and the other can be used for prepping dinner. Carrara marble tops both islands and gives the space a light and airy aesthetic.
This contemporary living room features lots of layers. A woven style carrara marble accents the full height of the new fireplace wall with inset TV. The grey cerused oak finish continues from the kitchen for a seamless feeling. A lightly metallic wallpaper accents the back of the new display cabinets.