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Note: Similar lantern.

Paint Colors:

Walls: Black (off the shelf) in satin

Trim: SW Extra White in gloss

Door: Valspar Semi-Precious in semi-gloss

Porch Floors: Valspar HGSW3472 Avaitrix

Original to the Home:

The beautiful front door with unique details is like nothing I have seen before.  We stripped several layers of paint off and then finished it off with this beautiful shade of blush pink.  The turn doorbell is original and still works and we used an original door knob and plate in the pretty copper tones to match the inside. All siding, windows and trim are original as well.


Paint Colors:

Trim: SW Extra White in semi-gloss

Doors: SW Black (off the shelf) in satin

Floors: 1/2 Red Mahogany & 1/2 Honey

Original to the Home:

Throughout the house we were lucky to find original trim, windows, doors, and hardware with the exception of a few pieces.  All of the beautiful hardwood floors are also original with the exception of the kitchen which is new pine to match as closely as possible the old.  We did, however, use some of the salvageable wood floors from the kitchen along with some other recycled wood we found to patch throughout the house as needed.

Note: The chandelier shown is currently unavailable but these are very similar options at affordable prices.

Paint Selection:

Walls: Black (off the shelf) in flat

Original to the Home:

The original tiles surrounding the fireplace had been painted blue and the firebox bricked in. We busted out the bricks and resurfaced the firebox and then carefully removed the paint off the tiles then cleaned before reinstalling them.  We also found an antique fireplace cover under the house but with no grate or fireplace surround, we simply painted it black and propped up in the back to display it's beautiful details. 



Paint Selection:

Walls: SW Extra White in flat

Original to the Home:

The small double doors that lead to the side porch were in great shape.  They simply needed a little sanding and a fresh coat of black satin paint to make them stand out. The original door hinges and locks were stripped of layers of paint which revealed the beautiful and intricate details underneath in a gorgeous copper tone.


Much like the foyer, the fireplace tiles had been painted over so once removed it revealed original subway tiles.  The fireplace cover and grate were also in good shape so a fresh coat of black paint did the trick.


Paint Selection:

Cabinets & Board and Batten:

BM Blue Note

Original Character Reinstalled

Once we removed the paneling in the dining room, it revealed the pattern where the original board and batten had once been. We did our best to replicate that detail throughout the dining room and extended the top trim piece around the kitchen for continuity.  We then cleaned up the original bedbaord that was along the bottom of the kitchen and reinstalled it as the new kitchen backsplash.  A few wood pegs were added in addition to the beautiful custom range hood and we finished off the space with white subway tiles with gray grout.


Paint Selection:

Feature Wall & Guest Bathroom

HGSW 3251 Coriander

Original Character Reworked

This back hallway wall was reworked in order the create a new guest bathroom, laundry room, and an entrance to a private master suite. In doing so, we were able to use an original door found around the house and reincorporate it as a pocket door by building the back hall wall out.  This left room for a beautiful gallery wall with this deep shade of green that compliments the original tile from the foyer. From there we simply readjusted the back bedrooms and were able to add a master private bath and closet.

Paint Selection:

Bedroom Wall

HGSW Basalt Powder

Please note that not all of the fixtures used at the Queen Anne are still available.  In those instances, similar options are provided.



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