Home remodel takes a complete 180
Written by: Karen Bradner
For 15 years, DeeAnn, her husband, and two young daughters lived in a two-bedroom ranch on a secluded parcel of land off a country road in Grove City. Space was tight, especially since DeeAnn home schooled the girls from kindergarten all the way through high school. The couple’s goal was always to build a new home on the property, but life seemed to always get in the way.
Resources: Architect: Pat Manley, Manley Architecture; Builder: J.S. Brown & Company Inc.; Interior designer: Kate Pfriem, J.S. Brown & Company Inc.; Landscape designer: Bud Gard, Yard Solutions; Lighting: Ferguson; Paint: Family room in Morris Room Gray, Lower level in Urban Putty, Exterior in Dark Bronze, trimmed in Almond, all from Sherwin-Williams; Fireplace: Heatilator, The Hamilton Parker Company; Kitchen designer: Jeffrey S. Brown, J.S. Brown & Company Inc.; Bathroom designer: Monica Miller, CMKBD & CR, J.S. Brown & Company Inc.; Cabinetry: Combination of custom and Shiloh through J.S. Brown & Company Inc.; Countertops: Cambria quartz and natural granite, Konkus Marble and Granite; Sink and faucets: Kohler, Ferguson; Appliances: Asko dishwasher, Sub-Zero refrigerator, Wolf range and microwave drawer, all from hh Gregg; Railing system, interior doors and trim, beams: Sommers’ Wood-N-Door; Custom barn doors: J.S. Brown & Company Inc.
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