A conversation area that'll make you want to sit and talk a while! The homeowners, whose design schemes had always been limited to traditional and Colonial styling, took a leap and tried light, bright and airy.
By crashing through the existing eight-foot ceiling and exposing the roof joices, this homeowner was able to give her 1970s house 12-foot ceilings. She unified the look by painting the beams and walls Moonlight, a white Benjamin Moore shade. She said it was the boldest but most important past of her renovation of the house.
With a dark feature wall behind the bed (from Matter Brothers Furniture) the master bedroom in this renovated Sarasota home is serene and peaceful, but picks up the color scheme from the rest of the house.
You're not going to believe it, but this was once a two-car garage. Now it’s a large multi-purpose room (with adjoining bath) in the deWolf beach cottage in Osprey, Florida. The homeowner used a color scheme of white, natural wood tones, coral and turquoise. The floor is travertine. #garageconversions