White tiles, white walls, white ceiling. Don’t know where to look in the 1980′s property on the left? Worried about snow blindness? Have no fear, Patricia Davis Brown Designs totally transformed this 1980s home. The team open the space up by removing drop ceilings and added warmth and a visual anchor by putting down walnut flooring. The large pendant over the island makes use of but also mitigates the impact of the voluminous feeling cathedral ceilings. We like how the pale straw colored walls mixes well with the cream glazed cabinetry and the sage green island ties it all together. Another picture follows.
Saved from the seventies – by Patricia Davis Brown Designs Small footprint, huge statement: A kitchen redo by Patricia Davis Brown Designs Delightful Dining Room by Maureen Coates of MODECOR Sustainable designs with signature style – Marnie Moyle at Decorex A very grown up kitchen by Cheryl Medford Von Tress Before and After – Bathroom makeover from Jennifer Runner of Normandy Builders On quality, style, fashion and being green – a short Modenus manifesto. Still lovely after all these years – Verner Panton’s designs are alive and well at Verpan