Family Room Remodel

This was a dreary upstairs space when our clients bought the home. Dingy carpet, acoustic ceiling tiles, wood veneer paneling on part of the walls, sliding doors to nowhere. It was a hot mess.

With three kids running around the house, our clients were looking to create an adult retreat – a calm place where they could escape and unwind – that would also be multi-functional. The remodel began with a near gut job and ended with a comfortable place for our clients to relax at the end of the day.

All it took was a new tile floor, new ceiling, drywall repairs, new lighting and electrical outlets,  new trim work, new French patio doors, a fresh coat of paint, and new furniture! Nearly everything was made custom for the space. The wood “screen” ceiling – made with salvaged wood – was designed to be the focal point of the room, and we love how it turned out! We built the shelving unit specifically for the room and for the clients’ TV and eclectic collections. The small dining table was built with a solid White Oak top and a steel base.

The clients wanted pops of color throughout the room so the table base was painted purple, the handcrafted lounge chair was given striped orange upholstery, and the colorful, beaded Mexican mask was given a prominent place on the shelves! The sofa was also custom made by a small furniture manufacturer in Woodburn, Oregon.