Park City Canyons Remodel: Great Room, Dining, Kitchen
We’re back today to reveal the great room and kitchen of our Park City Canyons Remodel!
Yesterday we walked you through the video tour in our latest webisode. Today, we’re excited to show you the photos. This is a full-service client, so we can’t give away all the sources, but we linked to the ones we can at the bottom of the post! Our clients wanted a cabin that was more cozy than modern, so we tried to make it a warm, welcoming space for them to escape to without the space feeling too heavy or kitschy.
Before: Great Room
After: Great Room
Instead of doing a modern mountain home, our client wanted to take the cozy route. This nook feels perfect with its warm natural colors and intimate dining area.
The entry way wasn’t very welcoming so we took pine boards and stained them gray. This really made things feel warm and cozy. The natural light that pours into this space really illuminates and highlights the Chloe table. We love the worn, but sophisticated look it brings to the space.
We loved these wooden beams that brought so much character and warmth to the cabin. We painted the matching baseboards a warm gray so the wood wouldn’t be overpowering.
Before: Dining & Kitchen
After: Dining & Kitchen
This dining area is now bright and open, a cozy place for the family to eat or entertain extra guests. The Tatum Dining Chair is perfect for this room because it has a rustic cross back feature, but is built in a warm wood.
We didn’t need to make too many changes in the kitchen. We changed the countertops and gave the cabinets a fresh coat of paint.
We added some of our favorite McGee & Co. accessories here to warm up the white kitchen.
The Stoneware Utility Crock is a go-to of ours because it’s neutral and easy-going, but full of natural texture. It pairs perfectly with the Canyon Crock and stores spoons, rolling pins, and utensils with ease.
The Benu Dining Table is ideal for almost any home! It blends with different furniture pieces and design styles and comes in multiple sizes. We used the Moore Dining Chairs to bring a touch of industrial to the kitchen.