The 1930s home is remade into a French country style with high tech accents.
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Aisha and Stephen Gillett live in a 1930s French-inspired home. They were married in the French countryside and would like some French country elements added to their new home. Stephen is a huge technology buff and works for a major internet provider. He would like to make their home a smart home. Designer Daniel Owens is on a high tech/French country mission to fuse this young family with old and modern essentials.
Here's his to-do list:
- remove concrete
- remove gates and grates from windows and doors
- paint house French inspired colors
- paint French inspired mural on wall
- faux paint stones along sedges of house
- gold foil crest
- add new lights
- add new house numbers
- add high tech lighting to function from computers
- add high tech color security cameras
- tile stairs
- door hardware pad system
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