Total Makeover of A 1930’s Fixer-Upper
A small house built with huge ideas and the greatest designs, no stone was left unturned in the renovation of this fixer-upper. Standing tall from the 1930s, it was in dire need for a major revamp. Studio McGee has stunned us once again with their recent project of total home makeover featuring a fresh modern interior that has kept its traditional charm.
Cozy, rustic, casual, formal, eclectic, minimalist, contemporary styles (whew!) have been blended perfectly together. Every room has been maximized without compromising aesthetics nor space, starting from the entryway with a designated desk to the very pleasant neutral living room, to the smallest kitchen accents and grandeur of the geometric dining room chandelier.
The white ceilings, walls, kitchen backsplash and whitewashed bath area elicit a clean look. Open shelving and built-in state-of-the-art appliances are all so new, while vintage pieces and sprinkles of gold imbue unparalleled timeless elegance to the home.
Images: CALLIE HOBBS for Domino