Corral Bell Canyon
Our client’s Tudor-style home in Bell Canyon felt outdated. She wanted to introduce new elements of interest to her renovation while keeping resale value in mind. It was at a Boys & Girls Club luncheon that she met a past JRP client. They suggested she give us a call. For her, reputation was a key factor in choosing a design-build firm. She needed someone she could trust to help design her vision. Together, JRP and Molly solidified a plan for a sweeping home remodel that included a bright palette of neutrals and knocking down walls to create an open-concept first floor.
Now updated and expanded, the Corral Bell Canyon renovation has great circulation space for entertaining. The grand entryway, once partitioned by a wall, now bespeaks the spaciousness of the home. An eye-catching chandelier floats above the spacious entryway. High ceilings and pale neutral colors make the home luminous. Medium oak hardwood floors throughout add a gentle warmth to the crisp palette. Originally U-shaped and closed, the kitchen is now as beautiful as it is functional. An island with Calacatta quartz and twin candelabra pendants above the kitchen island brings the room to life. Frameless, two-tone shaker cabinets set against ceramic rhomboid tiles convey effortless style.
Just off the second-floor master bedroom is an elevated nook area. It features soaring ceilings and a sunlit rotunda glowing in natural light. The redesigned master bath features a free-standing soaking tub offset by a striking statement wall. Removing several walls, modern finishes, and the open concept creates a relaxing and timeless vibe. Each part of the house now feels light as air in contrast to the dark finishes before. After a breathtaking renovation, this Corral Bell Canyon home reflects transitional design at its best.