This house began as the definition of “project home,” but the final results are positively dreamy.
We started by gutting the interior, including removing sections of subfloor and drywall that had significant damage from previous feline residents. Once we had a clean canvas, we gave the exterior a facelift and designed the interior to feel both homey and elegant.
Wide plank engineered flooring welcomes guests through the entryway and into the kitchen and laundry rooms. In the great room, we installed a new Eldorado Stone stack stone fireplace face and slab stone hearth with a slab wood mantel, turning the fireplace into the focal point of the room.
Oversized marble-look tile in the bathrooms pairs with clean. Bright white trim makes a sharp accent against the light grey carpet in the family room, dining area, and bedrooms. Rich Arctic White granite counters in the kitchen and bathroom elevate the look of both rooms, while simultaneously creating cohesion throughout the home. White kitchen cabinetry with stainless steel hardware continue this clean, but modern theme. A blend of tile colors, sizes, and textures highlight classically styled fixtures in the bathrooms to add the final touch to this beautifully updated home.
While we don’t like to judge a book by its cover, houses are always judged by their exterior! We wanted the face of the home to match its beautiful new interior, so we replaced the back deck and repainted the entire exterior, as well as the front door. We also replaced the glass with double pane glass in a number of the windows to ensure integrity and better insulation throughout the seasons.
What We Love:
A variety of greys and stone throughout each room in the house give it a coherent, elegant aesthetic without being dark.
Our Favorite Detail:
The fireplace and hearth steal the show, drawing the eye immediately after entering the home and suggesting cozy evenings full of family time, soft blankets, and wafts of hardwood.
Location: Marysville, WA