Our client wanted to update the entire first floor of her “very beige, traditional tract home.” These common areas included her Kitchen, Dining Room, Family Room and Living Room. Her desire was for us to convert her existing drab, beige house, into a more “modern” (but not TOO modern) looking home, while incorporating a few of her existing pieces she wished to retain. I LOVE a good challenge and we were able to completely transform her existing house into beautiful, transitional spaces that suite her and her family’s needs. As designers, our concern was to design each area to not only be beautiful and comfortable, but to be functional for her family, as well. We incorporated those pieces she wanted to keep with a mix of eclectic design elements and pops of gorgeous color to transform her home from drab to FAB!!
“Judith and Alicia are the BEST!!! I contacted them this past summer to discuss updating my very beige and traditional tract home first floor. I wanted a more modern look but not too modern, with some traditional elements. They understood the look I was going for and then some. Judith and Alicia pulled together a color palette, furniture, accessories, etc that I NEVER would have selected in a million years. They completely renovated my kitchen (without replacing cabinets or changing floor plan) and revamped my family room entertainment niche. The results are astounding! It doesn’t even resemble it’s formal self. The look is modern yet cozy and comfortable. Everything is beautiful AND functional. There were several times when I wasn’t totally sure about a design choice, like the rug in the dining room, but Judith was ALWAYS right. The rug is one of my favorite pieces in the house and is a showstopper! I learned to trust her instincts as she is on point all the time. If you select her as your designer, do yourself a favor and trust her as your results will be that much more spectacular! I will be using her when we are ready to renovate our master suite! She and Alicia were a pleasure to work with and I consider them both close friends now.” ~ Lynn Gerveler