Did you catch this week's episode of Listed Sisters? The Browns are the sweetest couple ever! Alana and I are so happy we were able to help them turn the tragedy of fire around.
This home was devastated by a fire shortly after the Browns moved in. We convinced them to stay and let us renovate it so we had to make sure all memory of the fire was washed away. We went with light and airy design choices throughout. In the kitchen we brought in clean bright white cabinets, beautiful light grey quartz countertops and an awesome rustic reclaimed wood hood. The handcrafted subway tile backsplash in soft blue was the perfect way to add that touch of color this home needed. It's the details that count when designing a space. The white shiplap on the back of the island adds a layer of interest. We were dealing with a small home so we went with 12" deep base cabinets and floating shelves to save on space but still deliver storage and functionality.
When you are on a tight budget but want to make a room feel special you have to get creative. That is exactly what Alana and I did to give the Browns an extra rustic, super cool, inexpensive live wall! All it took was a pallet and a plastic gutter! The pallet was free the gutter cost next to nothing, et voila! This home was charming and rustic and the Browns loved plants, so this little project was perfect!
Paint color on brick and siding - Grassland SW6163
Trim and facia- Link Gray SW6200
Door, shutters, and columns all stained Minwax Provincial.
We will be back next week! Wednesday 10p/11c on HGTV.