A tale of two houses

Job Site by: Architect - Ensminger Architecture , Builder - Dunkum, Inc. , Kitchen designer - Dave Raber

Two families put their own distinct marks on a pair of homes located within blocks of one another

Splashes of bright blue around this kitchen remodel help to keep the all-white design fun and personalized.

An abundance of windows along the back of the area allow the family room to be drenched in natural light.

This soothing, second-floor master bathroom features a double vanity topped with Carrera marble and rich Ipe wood floors.

This kitchen remodel saw the addition of a granite-topped island, elegant range hood and stained cherry Brookhaven cabinetry.

Several unique remodeling ideas were used in this home, but one of the most stunning is seen in this space: what was once an octagonal dining room has been turned into a welcoming foyer that has glimpses of the nearby kitchen and family room.

In addition to the fun colors spaced throughout the room, three separate arched doorways add a little pizzazz to this living room.

The homeowners of this house used a few really modern living room design ideas in this slightly formal area, but the one that sticks out the most is the use of different shapes and sizes of wall accessories.

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