Northridge Remodel: Bedrooms, Mudroom, Laundry & Nook

Today we’re showing you the bedroom spaces of our Northridge Remodel. Yesterday was the webisode, and today we’re giving you a better look at each transformation. We’ll start with the master bathroom because it’s our favorite transformation of them all.

Want to see the rest of the space? Here’s the first webisode, the kitchen + nook tour, the entry + dining, and the living spaces.

BEFORE

The before and after transformation of this space is crazy.

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AFTER

We carried the color palette from the master bathroom. We reconfigured the entire space, and designed custom vanities and brought in a beautiful black tub. It has a lot of square footage to work with, so we did a herring bone pattern in the floor and carried in to the paneling around the shower. The baseboards are a soft white, and it adds a great layer of warmth that brings out the vintage rug, artwork, and hampers.

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The Master Bedroom had an existing bed, so we gave it a fresh look with new linens. We carried the ligh, white, and gray neutral tones from the master bathroom into this space with the grasscloth and accessories. The result is a calming, mature space.

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Soft neutral, white, gray color palette:

BEFORE

Mudrooms are a total luxury in a home, they have the best opportunity for storage.

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AFTER

We kept this one fun! We sued a custom leaf wallpaper and did a coordinating green on the cabinetry, then warmed it up with the wood hooks and bench.

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We really played with tone on tone by doing green wallpaper, cabinetry and pillows.

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This laundry room was windowless, so we lightened it up with a soft blue green on the cabinets and a polished nickel flush mount.

The nook at the top of the stairs was empty, and we added built-in cabinets and a window seat to create a reading nook. Eclectic pillows on the seat, and artwork in the built-in keep things fun and cozy.

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