Love where you Live! 🌳if not rip it out and paint it


My sweet clients/friends called me soon after they bought a house and said can you come over tomorrow and can you start renovating the next day ? Of course I could. We met at the house and decided we would need to completely start over in the bathroom so we removed all but the porcelain tub. We added new tile from Home Depot a vintage octogon and dot in black and white. We ordered a white vanity with a marble top online new lights from pottery barn on sale and subway tile in the shower and we have a new bathroom. It really is that easy to transform a small bath and love where you live. Next up the kitchen and the hidden butlers pantry.






I love this paint color in the bath above grey owl by Benjamin.Moore it's one if my favorites 
I love finding uses for spaces that are what I call prime real estate. This area was a pass thru with two closets on the way to the kitchen from the front foyer. We decided to take out the closets and add a base cabinet with a marble top and open shelves for glasses, a beverage/wine fridge and you have a great entertaining and serving area.


Changing the paint and light fixture made a huge difference. I love a drum shade and this one has a nice crystal knob at the bottom that makes it unique 

The kitchen cabinets were in good shape so of course we painted them Benjamin Moore  white dove in a semi gloss finish. We added the Kohler remodel sink, Carrera marble counter tops of course, a bridge faucet in chrome and a fab light from Restoration Hardware some subway tile and Benjamin Moore white dove walls and now they love where they live! 









Happy Tuesday! Love where you live. If you don't call me 865-803-2918
Xo
Stacy Jacobi Interiors 


































4 comments:

Gillan Hampton said...

Wow! I love the fact that you rework spaces to give added functionality or you often work with what's there and improve it instead of ripping things out and starting over. The kitchen looks amazing and all with what appears to be paint, new countertops and tweaks. Thanks for sharing!

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Michelle Vance said...

I would love for you to do a post about the process you use for painting cabinets. It's such a beautiful look and I would love to do this but want to make sure it is durable and lasts a long time. You do amazing transformations!

Courtney Folan said...

You are so talented! I look forward to all your posts! Love all that you do.
Cheers, Courtney

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