As seen on season one of Sarah Sees Potential, designer Sarah Richardson transformed a century-old home's cramped, dated kitchen into a beautiful cooking and entertaining space with tons of modern amenities. Maintaining the home's antique charm, Sarah chose traditional blue floral wallpaper, brass accents and oil finished hardwood floors to accent a breathtaking Calacatta marble kitchen island with an attached dining table.
As seen on season one of Sarah Sees Potential, two walls were removed to allow this chic, transitional living room to flow seamlessly into the adjoining kitchen and dining room. Sarah chose vintage furniture in muted blues and greens to fill the neutral space and framed the large window with a custom-built cornice and sheer retractable curtains.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, designer Sarah Richardson borrowed 20 square feet from a neighboring bedroom to allow room for a luxurious free standing soaking tub in this newly renovated master bath. Hanging above the tub, a black and white vintage-style portrait adds dramatic industrial flair to the neutral space.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, designer Sarah Richardson transformed this once dark and cramped kitchen into a bright, contemporary space that fits the needs of a growing family of three. New stainless steel appliances and pops of light turquoise and green paint give the cozy white kitchen a contemporary, timeless look.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, a cinder block wall was removed to create this open and bright basement entertainment area. Sarah highlighted the home's original gray stone fireplace with rustic-modern furnishings in chic blues, grays and rich cherry browns. Plenty of seating and storage allow this room to be used for movie nights, casual dinners or sleepovers for the clients' two young boys.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, designer Sarah Richardson transformed this once dark and dated dining room into a chic, updated space perfect for entertaining. A new chair rail was added for visual interest and to allow Sarah to install two types of chic beige wallpaper. Dark wood accents in the table, floor and mirror balance the room's primary light, airy color and lend a "steakhouse" feel. Sarah finished the space by closing in an awkward half-wall with antique leaded glass windows repurposed from an old library cabinet.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, designer Sarah Richardson created a cozy, relaxing corner in this spa bathroom with a sleek soaking tub and built-in ledge perfect for holding candles or a glass of wine. A small, linear gallery wall adds color to the monochromatic space and boosts the room's spa-like ambiance.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, Sarah nestled a cozy breakfast nook into a corner of this home's contemporary kitchen. Situated next to a bright bay window, the nook features banquette seating, a marble table top and plush pillows in complementary pops of red and white.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, a dark and cramped basement is transformed into a bright recreation room full of amenities for a growing family of four. Sarah used cool blues, grays and whites throughout the space for a rustic, refined style that's functional for all. Durable wood panels and Brazilian slate floors were added to complement the home's original stone fireplace.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, Sarah filled this gorgeous bungalow with chic modern furniture and decor. A gray mid-century modern armchair, vintage floor lamp and bright metallic side tables create a cozy fireside sitting nook that's both beautiful and functional for a growing family of four.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, designer Sarah Richardson borrowed 15 square feet from the adjacent guest bedroom to carve out space for this spa-like bathroom vanity. To give the room a first class feel, Sarah added a large silver-framed round mirror, a mosaic tile backsplash and a floating, custom-built wood cabinet with plenty of storage space.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, Sarah transformed a dirty and cramped kitchen into a contemporary space fit for a chef. To achieve the look, she installed a gray subway tile backsplash, chic modern cabinets, vein cut floor tile and a sleek stainless steel gas stove and vent hood. Sarah also freed up counter space by tucking the microwave into the cabinetry below.
As seen on season one of Sarah Sees Potential, designer Sarah Richardson removed a wall between a cramped kitchen and extra bonus room in this century-old home to build a gorgeous, roomy eat-in kitchen stocked with modern amenities. The original kitchen was completed gutted to make room for custom white cabinets, a subway tile backsplash, an enormous island with attached dining table, and stainless steel appliances. Oiled-finished wood flooring and brass accents complete the room's traditional, antique look.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, Sarah brightened up a cramped living space with cheerful, neutral wall paint and warm cottage-style decor. A dirty and damaged brick fireplace was painted a lovely neutral hue and accented with a new wood mantel and vintage brass accessories.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, designer Sarah Richardson installed an extra 48 inches of cabinet and counter space in this updated white kitchen. Situated directly next to an outdoor patio, the extra space works perfectly as a built-in bar area.
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