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Spanish-Style Home Has a Cozy, Contemporary Charm

When it came time for this 1930s Spanish-style home to undergo an extensive renovation, architectural details and historic elements were preserved while modern comforts and upgrades were added. Fresh paint, refinished floors and new furnishings give this home a cohesive and cozy feel, while high-end materials and appliances were added to last for years to come.

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Photo: Mino Pro Media. From: The True House.

White Transitional Dining Room With Ceiling Arches

Wide wall beams seamlessly become ceiling arches in this white transitional dining room. The arches are one of the 1930s home’s original architectural details. A simple wood dining table and gray upholstered wood chairs can host up to eight people. The black arched metal chandelier mimics the room’s arches.

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Before: Living Room With Outdated Lighting

Prior to a renovation, this living room had beautiful exposed wood beams and a wood built-in, but inadequate, outdated lighting.

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Photo: Mino Pro Media. From: The True House.

White Transitional Living Room With Original Architectural Details

This white transitional living room lets the 1930s house’s original architectural details shine. The restored brick fireplace and ceiling beams are natural focal points, while a gallery wall adds color and personality to the space.

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Before: Living Room Lacks Color

Before being renovated, this living room had good bones but lacked color and decor.

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