A novel idea
Dayton homeowner rewrites her story and reconfigures her home design
While remodeling her kitchen, the homeowner decided to add a bay window over the sink, making the space even more bright and cheery.
Decorated in white and purple hues, the master bathroom offers the homeowner a quiet place to get away.
The window seats in this family room serve multiple purposes. The first being the most obvious is the extra seating that they provide when family and friends come to visit. The second purpose is they serve as storage for toys and games and the third purpose is they break up the bookcases throughout the room.
These home remodelers thought that the best way to offset the built-in bookshelves would be window seats. One of the remodelers also said that she typically shies away from painting ceilings, but the calming blue color helps to control all of the different colors from the book bindings.
Instead of a traditional china hutch, this homeowner decided to creatively display her dishes in her dining room.
A wall of built-in bookshelves sits at the top of the stair landing and adds visual interest to the area.
This homeowner had a lot of family heirlooms so the remodelers that she worked with suggested displaying some of them of the staircase.
The china displayed in this dining room served as the inspiration for the green and blue color scheme seen throughout the space.
This sunroom design is all about comfort. Windows let in a plethora of light which shines on the cushioned window seat, making it the ultimate space to curl up and read.