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Garage Conversion

It's all about making the most of the space you already have these days. Our client had a single car garage that they wanted to convert into additional living space, or to use their words, a "chill, creative hangout zone". Our goal was to lighten the room significantly, add ample storage and create a minimalist, organic style with the finishes. The garage was dark with bare cement floors and unfinished walls so this was an enormous transformation. Our construction team insulated and drywalled the entire space, then added two closets and a wall of cabinetry for storage. We opted for bright white walls and brought some earthy tones in via the sage green cabinets and luxury waterproof laminate flooring. Finally, to bring texture into the space, we added brick tiles with a heavy white mortar wash to what used to be a bare cinderblock wall. The door will be replaced eventually with the second phase of their remodel so we opted to wait on painting it - otherwise every inch of the space has been updated. We're in love with the calm and inviting vibe of this new space and our client is thrilled to have an additional living space without adding a costly addition on the home.

Budget Bedroom Styling

At Greyhouse we truly believe your home can be beautiful at any budget. For this bedroom makeover we had a tight budget to work with but we didn't sacrifice on an ounce of style. When we started this project the room had muddy gray walls and off white trim. A simple coat of paint made all the difference here. The moody green walls pop against the bright white linens, and we added texture through the throw pillows and blankets. Despite the small budget we were able to take this room from 'blah' to modern, welcoming and chic.

Primary Bathroom Remodel

For this transformation our goal was to create a sophisticated oasis that balanced the history of this 1940s home with the homeowner's love for both mid-century and organic modern design. The marble herringbone floor and freestanding vanity pay tribute to the historic home, while the warm gray zellige tile, arched mirror and mid-century modern vanity light bring in a modern, eclectic feel. For functionality we added large cabinets, giving this narrow bathroom an enormous amount of storage. The finishes combine to create a space that feels inviting, calming and fresh. Renovation work completed by Greyhouse Renovation.

Kitchen Styling + Medium-Scale Renovation

When we took on this kitchen it was very dark, primarily due to the deep brown/black tile that was on the countertops. Our goal was to create a bright yet calm feeling in this large kitchen. The clients weren't looking for a full remodel, but rather a light- to medium-scale makeover. In order to achieve this we kept the original cabinets but replaced the dark tile countertops with beaming white quartz, as well as installed this gorgeous brick lay marble backsplash. For styling we stuck to a very neutral color palette and brought in lots of earthy textures. We are so grateful to have been able to take this kitchen from dark and cold to bright and welcoming.