19.12.2009 Bath Rooms, Bed Rooms, Dining Rooms, Kitchens, Living Room, Portfolio, Residential No Comments

Christenson Residence

We are proud to announce that we have recently wrapped up the Christenson’s home remodel in Highlands Ranch just in time for Christmas.  The project started in May of 2008 with the master bath, bedroom and closet.  Careful planning, reconfiguration and of course movement of a few walls ensued.  Does this Master Bath look like a deluxe spa or what?

After leaving the spa the bedroom is a place of respite and revival.  Upholstered bed, custom bedding, wavy tactile carpet, dreamy lighting and a blend of hand picked furniture pieces make this bedroom a relaxing getaway.

In addition, hand-made metal railings replaced out of date wooden spindles, rich wood floors were revealed and the remodel continued to the main level where the office, dining room, kitchen nook and living room were transformed as well.

In the living room, the fireplace was completely modernized with a new component, tile and a cantilevered mantel.  Before it was “Oak Express” and not a pretty site.  Bookcases were backed with Romo wallpaper, glass shelves and lights were added, the frames were painted a warm orange and a custom cushions finished off the bench.  Rugs and rich upholstery maximize the color scheme with just the right amount of pattern.

The new kitchen nook makes you feel as though you are in your favorite restaurant every day of the week.  The banquette was custom fabricated especially to fit the space as well as the table frame and top.  Fabrics on the banquettes upholstery and window treatments play nicely off each other.

Segue into the dining room where wainscoting added formality and allowed the rich paint color to add the perfect amount of drama.  Simple, elegant lighting adjusts for all levels of lighting and accentuates the art selected by the homeowner.  The chair and window fabrics and the rug give the room softness and bring the simple furnishings to a new level.

The powder room was perhaps the most fun.  Asian fusion meets modernity.  Floating cabinetry, European sinks and fancy fabric lighting simply add flair and sophistication.

Other additions to the home include adding wainscoting to the office, paint throughout, new rugs, tile backsplash and hardware in the kitchen, added art and accessories.

This is a project where the clients took 18 month through planning and process to make their entire home cohesive, personal and stylish.  We thoroughly enjoyed this collaborative process and the client as well as the designers, feel satisfied with the overall outcome.

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