Jul
27

HGTV Faces of Design – Dramatic Transformations

HGTV Faces of Design

We are thrilled to announce that one of our latest projects was selected as a finalist in the Dramatic Transformations category for an HGTV Faces of Design Award, and we need your help!

You can peruse images of our tailored transformation below with design detail callouts from the HGTV selection team, and if you like what you see, please hop on over and vote!

Tour + Vote + Enter

Step 1: Tour all of the spaces in this category.
Step 2: When you’ve found your favorite, click “I’m Ready to Vote.”
Step 3: Choose your favorite by clicking “Vote.”
Step 4: Click “Continue to Next Category” to tour more spaces; you can vote once per day in each category.

Living Room

Before the makeover, this living room featured arched architectural niches of different sizes with built-in cabinets that didn’t fully fit their locations. We reconfigured windows to allow more light into the living room, and the mismatched wall niches were united into a single space that provides cabinets and shelves for storage and display. Blue and gray provide some color depth while still reading as a neutral palette, and a textured wallcovering adds depth to the entertainment center, tying in nicely with the subtly striped rug.

Kitchen

The kitchen layout functioned well before the makeover, but the overall look was a little bland for the homeowners’ taste. We brought the space to life with beautiful blue cabinetry, delicate pendants and roman shades with a subtle graphic print.

Office

While a contrasting ceiling color can work to highlight architectural details, the navy blue in this room was a bit too strong for the beige-and-brown color palette that filled the rest of the office. What was once a drab room now looks so elegant thanks to a coat of gray paint on the walls, tasteful furnishings and golden accents. Answering emails is delightful in such a chic space!

Master Bath

The master bathroom featured the amenities the homeowners wanted but was beginning to look a bit dated with its beige walls, dark cabinetry and tile flooring. We incorporated a luxe soaking tub, glass-enclosed walk-in shower and long stretch of cabinets and drawers in a soft grey and white color story to create a spa retreat.

We are ever grateful for your continued love and support and we hope you will take a moment (or multiple moments over the next few weeks – please feel free to vote daily heehee) to vote for MFI!

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