THE MIDTOWN TULSA HOME
Located in the heart of midtown Tulsa, this 1991 custom built traditional home had potential as the perfect fit for a family, but rooms defined by sharp angles and rows of stately columns set a tone for formal, separate spaces. Working together with the new owners - who believed in the home's possibilities - we were able to transform the space into a more modern open floor plan with flowing, spacious living areas focused on family and entertaining.
A MODERN EXTERIOR
The home renovation began with updating the exterior - redesigning from ground to roofline with modern, clean lines. The existing brick & trim were painted in neutral colors. Windows were replaced to allow more natural light throughout the house. To make the home more open and welcoming, overgrown landscaping was refreshed and simplified, the front door expanded for window-paned double doors, and the front steps widened and extended to broaden the entryway.
Details were added for character including custom shutters, iron railing for the front porch, and reclaimed pavers for the front steps and driveway accents. Reconfiguring the existing driveway to a circle drive allowed for easier access and curbside appeal.
The finishing touch on the home remodel was the unique powder bath. We completely revamped the traditional powder bath - beginning with a tiled accent wall featuring Ann Sacks Penny Tiles. Thibaut wallpaper was added to the remaining walls for subtle detail.
The original sink was replaced with a floating vanity using the same Caesarstone as the kitchen and nickel hardware.