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Updated: May 28, 2020

I think it's finally time that we dive into the details of the MacPherson home remodel! I'll go ahead and split the home into two parts so I don't take up too much of your time ;)

Our team worked on this remodel for a little over 6 months and the results were amazing! This particular remodel was all about the interiors. Designer Kathy B. worked along side Nancy and Roger MacPherson to give it a fresh new look.

The first space you see when you walk in the door is the living room. Previously, this room sat about 1-2 ft. lower. The executive decision was made to level out the spaces and to allow the hardwoods to continue throughout. This actually makes the room feel so much bigger!

This fireplace was a challenge to build! But wow, did it turn out amazing or what? It really formalizes this room and speaks to the owner's love for unique architecture. They were able to bring multiple materials together into one cohesive design. How many fireplaces have you seen with granite slab, wood, porcelain, AND metal?

For the great room fireplace, they decided to keep the original river rock face. To keep the home from leaning too rustic, they chose to paint the cabinets a dark, warm grey: Sherwin Williams 7675 Sealskin. To create a unique backdrop for the artwork to be displayed on, it was decided that the hardwoods would be brought up from the floors! A great way to add some contrast to the shelving.

The hardwoods used were an 8" wide wire brushed french oak. This character-grade pre-finished wood gives a subtle nod to northwest design and really ties the whole remodel together.

Soon we will share what kind of ultra fun upgrades were made to their bathrooms. Two words: Ceiling. Mount. Stay tuned! :)

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