Sugar Grove Ranch Refresh
Refreshing spaces doesn't have to break the bank, simple updates like new lighting, fresh paint, and home furnishings can bring life to any room. This refresh to our Sugar Grove home cost us less than $2,000 and were all things any DIYer could tackle.
Adding a porch, new lights, applying fresh paint to the wood and brick, and adding painted faux barn door windows and magnetized handles added instant curb appeal.
New hardware and painting the cabinets using the Rust-Oleum Cabinet Transformations kit brought this outdated kitchen into the 21st century
Designing a custom built-in cabinet dresser and a barn door closet were simple ways to add rustic charm and functional storage to this smaller master bedroom
Simple updates like new lighting, a change in paint color, and rustic decor help bring out the charm of this 1960s ranch
Neutral colored decor and furniture helped soften and brighten this space.
Adding lighter pieces to this darker space brought out the charming coziness of this living room.
Painting the fireplace white and refinishing the mantel in a jacobean finish refreshed this 1960s farmhouse.
Adding storage to a laundry room contributes to the overall effectiveness and efficiency of the space
Adding cabinets that went to the ceiling made this small room feel larger