Nicole Curtis removed the old carpet to reveal beautiful, original pine floors. The refinished hardwoods plus the new furnishings work together to make the living and dining rooms comfortable, functional and stylish.
Soft neutrals, woven shades and plenty of natural light create a stunning, relaxing retreat in this serene living area. A large striped area rig adds warmth to the space, while the use of organic materials brings a casual aspect to the space.
An animal-print sectional gives this breakfast nook a causal safari vibe. A white tulip table with wooden chairs makes room for guests, and eclectic touches – bamboo blinds, beaded chandelier and bold wall art – tie the look together.
As seen on DIY Network's Rehab Addict, Nicole Curtis brightened up the living room of the Summit Avenue mansion by using a lighter stain on the floor and a neutral color palette throughout. The neutral shade of the walls helps showcase the mahogany woodwork, and the white silk curtains add a touch of elegance. Nicole used a mix of modern and vintage pieces to stage the room, and she replaced the 1970s wall sconces with period appropriate versions.
This sophisticated, transitional dining room features a painted ceiling. A shade of navy blue 60 percent lighter than the wall color was used on the ceiling, which covers the room in rich color without drastically darkening it.
Colorful ikat pillows modernize the simple beige sofa in this transitional living room. Playful wall mirrors add a whimsical touch of pizzazz, while also helping to make the small living area feel larger.
This transitional living room features an exposed brick wall with a mounted black mirror. Neutral sectional pieces are placed around the space for seating and striped pillows add red and gold tones. Two green, metal contemporary boxes are next to each other creating a unique coffee table.
As seen on DIY Network's Rehab Addict, Nicole Curtis stripped and stained the white oak floor in the study, and painted the walls a neutral gray in order to draw attention to the original African mahogany wall panels, molding and ceiling beams.
This breakfast nook is packed with vibrant hues and graphic lines. Navy blue walls and red plaid curtains provide appealing contrast in the space while a wood pendant light adds a rustic, masculine touch to the striking red dining chairs.
A contemporary, glass chandelier and a black, graphic rug mix with the rustic, stone fireplace for a blend of styles. The symmetry of a pair of mirrors, a pair of Chesterfield sofas, and a pair of art deco tables keep the room balanced and elegant.