Nautical Farmhouse—Oldfield Village

before pictures

This Bluffton home began as a dated, dark, and mismatched estate. Our assignment was to stage the home to help the owner gain as much of a return as possible on their listing. Details are what made this transformation so dramatic! We painted the wood kitchen cabinets with Alabaster paint from Sherwin Williams. We cut down the island to a uniform height, added some shelving and cabinetry, and extended the countertop to dramatically increase the size of the kitchen. Gorgeous new quartz counters and hand glazed white subway tile backsplash finished off the kitchen update. We replaced the dark slate around the fireplace with Savannah Grey brick. And let's not ignore the amazing shiplap and beam details that we added to the walls and ceiling in the living room, the ceiling in the master bedroom, and the board and batten in the formal dining room! Fresh paint on the walls and trim, and lots of decorative staging went a very long way in this home. The new owners loved it all so much, they purchased the home with all of the furniture and decor included! Better yet: the home went under contract within the first three days on the market.

behind the design

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