Makeover with a mission in Bexley

A whole-house makeover helps dreams come true for this driven home remodeler

The view from the street shows that the landscaping in this nearly 100-year-old home was updated and a front door was replaced.

The spacious countertop and accompanying bar stools provide plenty of space for this family to gather for a little together time.

A commissioned painting of a Bexley icon, the Drexel Theater by artist Mandy Cook, hangs over the couple’s tiled fireplace.

Walls were moved and the footprint of the master bath was reworked by the homeowner to make room for an oversized shower with eleven shower heads and jets, and a soaking tub.

Before a remodel, the original steps were a few feet farther into the kitchen and the barstools were on the level of the family room floor. Sliding barn doors to the right conceal pantry space.

These homeowners are happy with the scale of their new master bedroom and the fact that it is in a separate area from the other bedrooms in the home.

A seating area in the master bedroom sports a painting of dandelions by a Columbus painter and CCAD grad Jurate Phillips.

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