Buying a new house is a major achievement in life, but the journey doesn’t end there. The next step is to turn your new house into a beautiful and functional home that truly reflects who you are.

I recently worked with returning clients who purchased a “new-to-them” house that was originally built in 2016. It was built as the custom home builder’s model, and the aesthetic and finishes didn’t even closely reflect their style.

Having worked together previously, they knew that we understood their style and expectations. They reached out before making an offer and asked if we could transform their new house into a home they would love.

We went on a tour of the home before they submitted an offer. After touring the home with the owner, with great confidence and so much excitement, we said, “Absolutely!” and got to work.

We touched every square foot of this home (top to bottom) to transform the home to reflect their style and function well for their family and love for entertaining.

The house’s original French chateau architecture incorporated very dark wood floors downstairs and carpeting upstairs… the total opposite of the light- and bright feel my clients wanted in their new space.

We gave each area of the house a unique touch while preserving a consistent color palette and design aesthetic throughout. The upgrades include a true wine cellar with dedicated climate control and custom-built storage and display, custom plaster work by a local artisan, exquisite Quartzite countertops, lighting throughout, paint, paint, and more paint, just to name a few.

We also hand-selected furniture from my clients’ existing collection and combined it with expertly-sourced pieces throughout the house to infuse their new home with their personality.

My clients love their new home and shared that it has quickly become their favorite out of all the homes they’ve owned!

If you’re moving to a new house and are wondering how you can make it feel more like home too, then it’s time for us to connect – CLICK HERE TO SCHEDULE A QUICK CALL.