Monday, February 25, 2013

N STREET PROJECT REVEAL!

original doors from 1891
The time has finally come and our N Street project is finished!! We are excited to share these photos with you and to be done with this project :) This is an investor remodel by Powers Builders and I am happy to say the home sold before we put it on the market. The home actually sold before it was even finished, so you can see a few things we didn't get to complete like missing hardware :) We staged the home for the photo shoot but we didn't have the chance to furnish the home, so these photos are to showcase the remodel. Photography by Elizabeth Thomas. *lighting in the home varied a lot due to snow reflection and closed spaces, therefore paint colors, etc. look different from picture to picture.

Here we go...!

KITCHEN
BEFORE
 



AFTER




SOURCES:
paint: Benjamin Moore Halo
cabinet paint: Benjamin Moore White Dove
pendant lights: Circa Lighting Goodman Lamp
hardware: Amerock
countertop: Super White Quartzite

FAMILY ROOM/FIREPLACE


 SOURCES:
fireplace tile: Overstock Somertile
paint: BM White Dove
  

POWDER BATH
 SOURCES:
paint: BM Hale Navy/BM White Dove
tile: Carrera from Arizona Tile
sink: Kohler
sconces: ABC Carpet + Home (no longer available)
mirror: custom

LAUNDRY

SOURCES:
countertop: Super White Quartzite
cabinets: BM White Dove
tile: from Bedrosians

MAIN BATH


SOURCES:
tile: 1" hex from Arizona Tile
Dal Tile 3x6 white subway
Mosaic from Arizona Tile
paint: BM White Dove
countertop: Super White Quartzite
vanity paint: BM Palladian Blue
vanity light: Shades of Light

MASTER BATH
BEFORE


AFTER





SOURCES:
sconces: Pottery Barn (no longer available)
chandelier: Overstock
countertop: Super White Quartzite
hardware: Amerock
rugs: Ikea
floor tile: 9x12 Carrera from Arizona Tile
wall color: BM Halo
cabinet color: BM White Dove
shower tile: Dal Tile 3x6 White Subway


ENTRY
 BEFORE


AFTER
SOURCES:
lantern: Overstock
sconces: Circa Lighting
rug: Dash & Albert Diamond Rug

I want to thank my talented interns I had during this project - Ashley Tingey and Shelby Nielson, and of course my partner-in-crime, Jamie Richards!


Hope you enjoyed these photos! Feel free to contact me if you have any additional questions about this project or you are planning a remodel of your own - I know a great designer who can help you :)

30 comments:

  1. Marianne, amazing spaces! I love it all :)

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  2. Stunning! And you always have the best lighting! Love every room :)

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  3. As usual, STUNNING! Absolutely gorgeous. I would like to move right in too!

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  4. Just amazing! Those doors, first of all, are killer. You are a tile/lighting queen. Who ever bought this home is so lucky. It's beautiful!

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  5. Your choice of counter stone, the sink and those lights over the island--love it all!

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  6. What a gorgeous home. You and your team are amazing talents. Thanks for the inspiration!

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  7. The pictures came out good! I love it, you guys did such a good job!!!!

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  8. Beautiful remodel. Very fluid throughout. Great job!

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  9. Great job Marianne, Congrats!

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  10. Hi there this is so beautiful! I am wondering where the rug in the bathroom came from? And also the one in the kitchen, they are just what I am looking for! Thanks so much and great work!

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  11. Came back to ask the same question as Anonymous, above. Where did you find those great kitchen and bathroom rugs? Fabulous. Thank you!

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  12. wow! stunning! where is the brass hardware from in kitchen and master bath?

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  13. Thank you all for the very nice compliments! To answer your questions - the rugs came from Foothill Oriental Rugs (local in SLC) and the brass hardware is Amerock Mulholland collection.
    Thanks again for your support and comments!!

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  14. I love you guys are revitalizing that area! Move in ready!!!! Love it! Congrats!

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  15. Gorgeous. Love it! You are doing such a classy job bringing these homes back. So cool. Thanks for including sources.

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  16. Gorgeous! I pinned at least 3 images from this post. Just found your blog through Rene at Cottage & Vine!

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  17. Found you through Rene over at C & V. Stunning. I love every little detail. The ceilings in the living room are so amazing.

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  18. I was wondering your thoughts on how to Mix stainless steel/polished nickel with brass in a room. I love the brass hardware on the kitchen cabinets and I notice you still did stainless appliances and a polished nickel faucet yet it all works perfectly??

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    1. Hi Jen! We almost always mix hardware in kitchens and bathrooms. As long as your canvas is clean and classic, we feel like almost any combination works really well. Our favorite is what you can see in this house - polished nickel and antique brass or gold. Hope that helps!

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  19. What tile is on the back splash in the kitchen...I love the slight variation in it...but maybe it is just the photos? Lovely, lovely house. Thanks for sharing!

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    1. Nicole, I'm so glad you like the tile! Yes, it's actually a grayish-greenish handmade tile from California Art Tile. I LOVE this tile - even better in person. Here is the link http://www.caarttile.com/index.php . It's the 4x12 tile and I've been very happy with the quality.

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  20. Jaw dropping......evert detail is perfect! Talent.

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  21. Absolutely stunning...Love the touches of warm brass, the lighting, all the white...did you leave any of the exposed brick? I noticed it in a before shot...Very pretty!

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  22. wow. everything is fantastic. I would be totally chuffed if I were you!

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  23. this makes me SO excited for the home we are building right now.... we have so many of the same choices picked, including that exact same Amerock hardware for our kitchen & baths!!! I'd love to know where the mirrors are from in the master bath??

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    1. Sounds like your home is going to be beautiful! The mirrors are custom made. We had the mirror cut and then our contractor framed it with pencil molding and painted it. That way we got the mirror the exact size we wanted. Good luck with your remodel and keep in touch!

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  24. Lovely spaces. Would you please provide details on the wood flooring? I love the stain color!

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  25. Everything here is incredibly gorgeous!!!! I am so in awe of your work and especially that kitchen. Excited to be a new follower and follow you along!

    XO,

    Sam

    www.thepeakoftreschic.com

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  26. I love the cabinets in these remodels. Are they custom or premade? Do you have any favorite resources or companies for cabinets?

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