Let’s face it, no matter how much sweeping or cleaning that’s done, floors like these take a beating with traffic, product, and hair clippings. Changing them from “show everything” white to a textured design charcoal tile was first on the list. Setting the tiles on the diagonal elongates the room and adds interest. The main walls stayed light with SW 7014 Eider White and the accent wall went from a 90’s hunter green to SW 6271 Expressive Plum. The wood-look floating floor tile on the short ledge wall is an interesting focal point and will hold up to years of water splashes and other spills better than drywall.
A solid piece of glass covers a brand new wooden ledge for easier clean up. New cabinets, new sink, new baseboard, new mirror, new clock, new hamper, new no-touch trash can. We don’t mess around!
Refinishing the solid wood work station table and storage unit gave them a fresh look and a new leash on life.
Finally, a collage of jofa12 art …and we’re done. The idea is for the client to enjoy this brand new space until she’s ready for a change. Then, all she has to do is paint the accent wall and change out her art for an entirely new feel. Easy, right? Or she can just call me.. and I hope she will. 🙂