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Park Lane North Reno

We just put the finishing touches on a dramatic transformation and the owners are in love with their new home in Forest Hills with amazing skyline views.  I'll share some pics of the living room and bedroom once the furnishings come in but first we had to show off the new kitchen! beautiful herringbone floors! inviting peninsula stainless black appliance add contrast, undercabinet lighting makes all the difference new closets to replace those outside the kitchen The initial layout was very closed off from a prior renovation and we were looking to make big changes.  The before and after feeling in person is even more dramatic.  Here are some before pics to try to get a sense of the transformation.  closet blocked the view of the skyline Narrow entry with broom closets on both sides This bench converted into closets opposite of open concept There was a large clothing closet outside of the kitchen which choked the entry off even

Neulist Before and After

Here's one of my personal favorite, our own home!  It's really fun to see old pics vs new.  before:  original asphalt driveway after:  pavers freshened up the front While this home (built in 1928!) has lots of original character, it was in need of some updating so that it didn't feel too dated.  We removed the faux ceiling beams in the living room and added recessed lights to brighten the space and make it feel bigger.    before after  I originally renovated the kitchen about 14 years ago.  I went with ikea cabinets back then, which started to show some yellowing and the door finish started flaking.  A simple refresh of the doors from semihandmade along with some new knobs and drawer pulls really freshened the kitchen up. I considered replacing the cabinets altogether but the door refresh was budget friendly and the original cabinets were still in great condition.  We also updated the floor tile as I was getting tired of the large g