If you follow us on social media you got a little teaser on this transformation not too long ago. Check out the project in full and it’s before and after shots (Kelley Klein photography did an amazing job, as usual).
Welcome to the newly remodeled foyer. Board & Batten, Hardwoods, fresh paint, light fixture…
Make a slight right into the dining area(s)… shiplap, reclaimed barn wood, light fixtures etc.
The second dining area flows directly into the completely transformed kitchen. Aside from new cabinetry, fixtures, countertops, etc. the wall that formerly housed the china cabinet was removed to create a more open floor plan.
Removing the wall between the living room and kitchen gives you a straight line of sight into a grand living space accented by rough sawn pillars and beams. You even get a peak into the sunroom.
Finally, the bathrooms…
It’s finally here!!! Let’s walk through this beautiful basement and it’s nooks. The touches of brick, shiplap, barn wood… everywhere you turn the contrasts in color and textures make the space.
The herringbone barnwood and bar-height table (by Rustic Trades) in this nook adds the perfect touch to a great entertainment space.
The brick masonry, in both the wine cellar and behind the open shelving, couples with the rustic beams and other wood touches to create the perfect contrast with the white/neutral touches throughout.
Cedar sauna… need I say more.
What a pleasure as usual to work with Linen & Flax on this basement!
Thanks to Kelley Klein Photography for the awesome shots. You rock!
We can all relate to having something new and wanting to keep it that way as long as possible. I loved hearing the homeowners talk about how it all looked so pretty that no-one was allowed to touch it. Been there!!!
My favorite thing about this project is that it strikes the perfect balance of welcoming/comfortable and a beautiful space (a true talent of Linen & Flax who we were able to work alongside with).
Clear sight lines from the warm living room to the kitchen allow you to take it all in at once.
This sweet nook between the 2 spaces lends itself perfectly to a little coffee station.
Shiplap ties the breakfast area into the kitchen seamlessly.
The white modern farmhouse kitchen….
Thanks to Kelley Klein Photography for capturing this space, Linen & Flax, & the amazing homeowners!
Meet the newest addition to the Renew Properties team… Brett Longpre.
Brett is our newest Builder/Project Manager. We know our homeowners will love working with him and that his skills will prove to create amazing spaces!
I am originally from Ontario, Canada and am thrilled to become part of the Renew Properties team after having spent the past few years coaching college basketball. I moved to Cumming, Georgia in 2013 with my wife April and since then we have had our son Mason (2), and daughter Hayley (4 mths). As a painter by trade, I am currently remodeling my own home and look forward to treating our customers projects as if they were my own. As a builder for Renew Properties, I am just as excited to be part of the building process as our homeowners are to enjoy their new space!
Love how these Atlanta homeowners looked passed this unfinished space and imagined what could be.
What in fact came to be of this space was a comfortable foyer leading to 2 bedrooms, each with their own bathroom.
When you walk up the hardwood staircase (accented with wall sconces and black iron handrails) you take in the different textures of white brick and shiplap, that compliment and contrast the warm floors.
Step into bedroom #1 and it’s ensuite:
Directly across the hall you walk into:
What a great extension and addition of space to this beautiful home.
If you love the design choices here as much as we do, you should know working alongside Nancy Mullins Designs in creating this space and seeing how she outfitted it was a true pleasure.
***Special thanks to Kelley Klein photography for capturing the space, awesome as usual!***
If you’ve ever remodeled a space or made over a room in your house, you know that the selections you make on paint color, light fixtures, etc make that space just right. At every turn in this Atlanta home you find a nook, fixture, paint color, wall paper choice that makes it sleek in it’s entirety. Anna Wooten, the designer we were fortunate to work alongside with on this project, did a great job of making selections that were not only modern and “sleek” but welcoming and home-y.
Check out the space that so often becomes the hub of any home… the kitchen.
Just beside this space you find this butlers pantry.
Nooks and details indeed.
Every bathroom has a unique feel and style.
The ever popular white / neutral color scheme with the occasional pops of color add character all over this house.
As usual, grateful for the amazing people we get to create spaces for, incredible designers, our team, and photographer, Kelley Klein.
Coming soon: “the finished attic”. Can’t wait to share this space.
Industrial and warm may not always go hand in hand, but this basement while industrial in esthetics (concrete floors, galvanized pipes, etc), says nothing but “welcome.” It’s a perfect functional space for growing kids, their friends and entertaining.
Complete with bunk room, bathroom, play area, mini kitchenette, TV room and beautiful outdoor screened patio, this space is not just nice to look at, it’s perfect for everyday family living.
These built in bunks are great for the kids and their friends. Check out the lights in each individual bunk. The perfect accent.
The bathroom complete with stainless steel sink, galvanized pipes, wood countertops and neutral colors fit perfectly into the downstairs space.
Here’s a little more cozy space to spend time relaxing.
This screened in patio is the perfect extension of the basement.
Here are a few more pictures of the interior space, including an update on the upstairs sitting room bookcase (and our newest assistant taking a little break).
***Thanks as usual for the awesome pics, Kelley Klein Photography
Welcome Lyndsey to the RP team! Lyndsey has just stepped into a new role on our team as Assistant Project Developer. We’re so excited to have her as part of the team.
I grew up in Ringgold, GA and attended the University of Georgia where I graduated with a degree in Early Childhood Education. In 2012, I married my husband Luke and since then we have lived in the Cumming area. We recently moved into our first home. Owning our own place has allowed me to realize just how much I enjoy residential design and I couldn’t be more excited about joining the Renew Properties team!
This “Builders Farmhouse” was purchased and renovated after “surviving” a fire in 2013. With simple touches this “builder grade” home has been transformed into a farmhouse creation right inside a North Forsyth track home community.
As soon as you walk into this home you are acutely aware of the attention to detail that takes this “builder grade” home into a whole new custom category: modern farmhouse.
Shiplaped walls, rich pine floors, neutral colors and the barn doors you see as you walk through the foyer are just the beginning to this unexpected farmhouse interior.
Adding windows makes this space feel so open! And look at all that light streaming in!
This cozy living room leads you right into a dine in kitchen including a large island/dining table, “white dove” inset shaker cabinets, butcher block countertops, farmhouse sink, open shelving, farm style light pendants, and more windows overlooking the backyard.
This hardwood staircase leads to 4 bedrooms on the second level.
A great feature in the master bedroom is the barn door to the bathroom with galvanized pipe door hardware.
Another feature that makes this house unique is the attic space that has been finished to add more living space to the home (including a full bath).
We hope this blog will help you see how you can transform any home with custom touches.
THANKS as usual to a great photographer for snapping these shots, Kelley Klein and to Anisa Darnell of Truth & Co & Julie Holloway of Milk & Honey Home for helping with your design talent on this job.
This kitchen combines modern elements with french country flare. Working alongside Milk & Honey Homes, we were able to give new life to a once darker space with less function ability. The bright kitchen you see above has become the central hub for a family who enjoys entertaining and welcoming many into their home.
Flipping some spaces around and getting rid of an old pantry gave way for a better flow throughout. Where the kitchen once was, there is now an eat in nook, a hideaway microwave and coffee bar, and sleek cabinetry concealing an organized pantry.
Now, walking from this space to the living room you walk through the bright kitchen we started off with. Ceiling height cabinets (two-toned). White glass subway tile. Unique fixtures. Cabinet-style refrigerator & appliances.
From the kitchen you walk into what’s now a bright and inviting living/family room. Paint, hardwoods and a stone fireplace have transformed this space.
Finally, we were able to renovate the master bathroom. The pictures speak for themselves.
As usual. Thanks to the very talented Kelley Klein photography for capturing these great pics.
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