A Modern Split Level Renovation
We decided to get rid of the green shutters all together and paint the exterior, using horizontal wood accent features and a two-tone grey color scheme.
Let’s step inside
Nice and open. Take a look at a the picture from the ‘In Progress‘ post from this exact same angle:
The marble and white porcelain chevron tile, paired with the black faucet and gunmetal hardware had us swooning.
Remember this bathroom? Before, the toilet was located where the vanity now sits, and the vanity where the toilet now sits. Not only is this change more visually appealing, but also more functional.
One of the bedrooms, with special walnut stained red oak floors.
In the master bathroom, we continued the chevron tile in the niche, chose a vertical application to the subway tile, drawing the eye up, and installed a long vanity with plenty of storage.
Downstairs, what used to be wood paneling and leaky walls, became a functional, usable living space.
Who doesn’t love a home office? This post shows you an image that gives you an idea of this home office, located next to the downstairs den.
This super small downstairs bathroom packed a lot of punch. Inspiration shared on this design post and you can read about the challenges of building out this basement bathroom space, here.
Back outside, we decided to do things a bit differently on the back deck, in keeping with the chevron theme seen throughout the house.
The carport got a facelift as well – can you image stringing outdoor lights under this purgola and using it to host a barbeque?
All photography on this Modern Split post is by Trey Thomas