Like all projects, there is a story behind the vision. When we looked at this 500 square foot, 1950s apartment in Arlington, very close to the Pentagon, we saw all sorts of potential. All it took to turn this tiny footage into a great livable home was a little ingenuity, and of course some money. We stripped it of the ill placed closets and the nasty bathroom and kitchen. We smoothed the walls and ceiling, crowned the entire place and, using unfinished bookcases, developed a TV and dining room wall. A trip to IKEA gave us new kitchen cabinets and the organized insides for the new closet wall of the bedroom. All new fixtures and a serious amount of grey carrera marble took care of the bathroom. New kitchen appliances, granite, and a sparkling light fixture did up the kitchen. We kept the parkay floor, and I now wish we had painted it the same as the walls, but we covered it instead with area rugs of the grey color. Custom shutters painted SW Adaptive Shade, like everything else, were not really expensive, as we only had two big windows. The day the mirrors were installed the perfect back drop for my client’s colorful art collection was complete.
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