Leah Luczynski Interior Design
16 Reviews

First Floor Renovation2

Updated Colonial--Client wanted to keep original features of the house like the moldings and floors (where possible), but update the spaces--primarily with paint to make each room feel like it's own special place.
Project Year: 2007
Country: United States
Zip Code: 01201
Monochromatic dining room
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I chose a monochromatic palette to add drama to this very small dining room.
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Dated dining room in need of updating and refreshing.
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Fun updated kitchen
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The purpose of the project was the make the 1970s Harvest Gold (that just wouldn't quit) feel like it was part of the space rather than an eyesore. This was achieved by using only paint. The budget for this project was very small--$1000 ($700 of which was earmarked for the flooring). The question was posed "how can we make this kitchen look better with only using paint?"
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Small kitchen in need of an update to be able to realize it's full potential.
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Living Room
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This small living room could only have the furniture in one location! The idea was to make the room feel bigger by having a dark floor so wood furniture would have a place to blend into visually and create the illusion of more space. The fireplace was painted dark to add drama and also give a sense that the side walls were set further back than they really area, therefore creat...More
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Before: Furniture too large for space. Having a white carpet and all white walls added nothing to the room visually and therefore makes the furniture feel even larger than it was.
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