Stately Urban Touches
Designer Jennifer DiStefano and landscape architect James Eckhoff help the Wardlaws transform their home from faded and frumpy to chic and stylish.
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Michael and Denise Wardlaw live in a century old farmhouse in the middle of an urban landscape. They want to transform their home into something more elegant and stately, while keeping the house's historical flavor.
Highlights include a new cedar porch, hearty and colorful landscaping, iron railings and a new roof.
- Replace roof with new asphalt shingles
- Install new energy efficient windows
- New cedar shingles on dormers
- Strip and stain front door
- New stained cedar flooring on porch
- Paint house gray with white trim
- New iron railings on front stairway
- Add new hearty landscaping
- New fence for backyard
- Install a low slung retaining wall
- Exterior canvas curtain for privacy on porch
- Build planters for entryway
- New light fixtures/mail slot/door hardware
- New house numbers
- Frosting the front door glass to add privacy
Designer Christopher Ralston punches up the look of a house with a larger porch with new columns and iron railings, new stone...
A cluttered space becomes a stylish, urban living room for next to nothing.