Hunting Creek home in Prospect undergoes room-by-room renovation

When Mark and Elizabeth Pichea moved into their Prospect household in 2006, they loved their property and the park-like placing of the Hunting Creek subdivision. The dwelling, nevertheless, desired some do the job.

“It was in an unsightly condition,” Elizabeth explained. “It experienced sat on the market place for a year, but my partner and I like fixer-upper type of factors — so we took it as variety of a challenge.”

Hardwood and new hues

The dwelling was entire of carpeting, which includes in the dining home, so 1 of the first items the Picheas did was exchange the aged carpet with hardwood. With the aid of Kristen Pawlak from KP Patterns/Decorating Den Interiors, they also worked to develop a more neutral palette all over.

“When we bought the residence, we actually started out removing wallpaper … just attempting to make it appear less offensive,” Elizabeth explained. “It was amusing since when I begun looking at the trim … I (had) no concept what (all of the) colors (have been). And then what you get into painting all the trim, you’re talking important money. So, we painted (one rooms) of (the household at a time), like the kitchen area. I moved into much more of a comfortable antique-white trim, but the rest of the home (is) kind of almondy … It experienced quite moldings it had excellent bones. It just necessary a very little update.”

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