Housetrends Columbus Idea Book December 2019

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Kitchen is now open in Dublin; 7 kitchens that sizzle; Clintonville master suite; 5 super soaks

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CONTENTS

DECEMBER 2019

COLUMBUS

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GREATER COLUMBUS

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Publisher Pam Patter

KITCHEN

20 SEVEN KITCHENS

THAT SIZZLE

Eclectic character shines in

these culinary masterpieces

INTERIOR DESIGN

30 FIVE DELICIOUS

DINING ROOMS

Furniture, fabric and fixtures

go a long way to set the mood

Editor Karen Bradner

Contributing Writers

Kristin Greenberg, Lee Rhodes

Contributing Photographers

Adam Bradshaw, JE Evans, Daniel

Feldkamp, Robin Victor Goetz, Amaris

Granado, Greg Grupenhof, Connie Kimsey,

Amy Lamb, Jeff McCutcheon, Kelly Settle,

Dawn M. Smith, Joe Traina, Todd Yarrington

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62 SIX INSPIRING ENTRIES

Make a statement as soon as your

guests step through the front door

BATHROOM

52 FIVE SUPER SOAKS

These master baths prove

tubs are still in high demand

REMODEL

40 FRESH, OPEN

AND ELEGANT

Dublin kitchen is reworked for a

better function, flow and feel

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7 Kitchens

ᅃHAT SIZZLᄉ

WE SEE A LOT OF GREAT KITCHENS HERE AT HOUSETRENDS. WITH SO

MANY STYLES, MATERIALS AND ACCOUTREMENTS TO CHOOSE FROM,

IT IS EASIER THAN EVER TO CREATE A KITCHEN THAT FITS YOUR

COOKING NEEDS AND SPEAKS TO YOUR PERSONALITY. THESE SEVEN

KITCHENS ARE UNIQUE IN THEIR OWN RIGHT AND FEATURE SOME OF

TODAY’S MOST POPULAR DESIGN TRENDS. ➻

Photos this spread by Amy Lamb/Native House Photography

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is refreshingly

charming

BRIGHTidea Open shelving pulls double duty

The open shelf concept continues to be a top kitchen design trend. This St. Petersburg, Florida

kitchen utilizes the idea to serve multiple purposes. From a design aesthetic, the rough-sawn

cypress shelves appear to float on the walls covered in aqua glass tile, allowing the kitchen

to appear even more spacious. Perfectly positioned within easy reach, the shelves hold the

homeowner’s favorite serving pieces so she never has to work too hard. Bright white cabinetry,

stainless steel perimeter counters and an island topped with eye-catching Fantasy Brown

granite in a leathered finish bring the entire design together.

Photo by Amy Lamb/Native House Photography

RESOURCES Architect dc-studio; Contractor Popa Construction; Designers Bee

Studios; Lynn & Campbell; Hardwood flooring Bella Cera engineered wood; Cabinetry Holiday

Kitchens, Bee Studios; Island countertop Mont Krest; Backsplash TileBar; Appliances Bosch

dishwasher; Thermador range and hood

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BRIGHTidea Dance on the ceiling

When a long-coveted Tudor-style home in the Columbus, Ohio neighborhood

of Upper Arlington was about to be up for sale, its admirer of

several years was ready to jump on the opportunity. A major overhaul

included reconfiguring most of the interior rooms and creating a light

and airy kitchen, which the homeowner calls her favorite room. A

handsome paneled wall houses a television and a recessed section of

ceiling is covered in perfectly symmetrical tin squares. ➻

RESOURCES Contractor Griffey Remodeling; Interior

designer Joanie Johnson; Cabinetry Dan Johnson; Countertops

Modlich Stoneworks; Tile Hamilton Parker; Fixtures and appliances

Ferguson; Windows and doors Pella

To see more

of this home, go to

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and search:

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Photos by JE Evans

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BRIGHTidea

Enjoy island life

Ample seating at the island and plenty of mingling

room make this kitchen a favorite gathering spot for

a family of six and their friends and family. Located

in the Cincinnati neighborhood of Indian Hill, this

‘60s-era home previously had double doors that hid the

kitchen from the front hall and family room. Today, a

more open floor plan flows with a unifying thread of

blue used throughout the house, including bluish-gray

cabinetry in the kitchen.

RESOURCES Architect Richard T. Ernst

Jr.; Contractor Jack Dean Construction, Inc.; Interior

and kitchen design Surround Design, LLC; Lighting

Visual Comfort, Keidel Supply; Cabinet paint colors

Benjamin Moore Decorator’s Whitestone; Windows Pella;

Cabinetry Custom by Adrian Jenkins; Countertops

Quartz, Mont Granite, fabricated by Zelaya Stoneworks;

Backsplash JP Flooring; Sink, faucets, appliances

Keidel Supply; Architectural salvage piece French

Country Road

To see more

of this home, go to

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and search:

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Photos by Daniel Feldkamp

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BRIGHTidea

There’s nothing

obtuse about angles

Wood-look ceramic tile in a unique geometric pattern

draws eyes to the floor of this Middletown,

Ohio kitchen. The 30x30-inch tile served as the

inspiration behind the entire design, leading to

the addition of the oversized island with light gray

cabinetry and a soft white quartz countertop. The

backsplash, comprised of white oversized subway

tile laid in a herringbone pattern, continues the

geometric theme and offsets the black quartz

perimeter counters flanking the gas range. ➻

RESOURCES Kitchen designer The

Requarth Co.; Contractor Landis Builders; Interior

designer Cameo Creative, LLC

To see more

of this kitchen, go to

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and search:

A fresh start

Photos by Dawn M. Smith

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farmhouse style, go

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search: HOMEARAMA

celebrates farmstyle

living

Photo by Daniel Feldkamp

BRIGHTidea Exposed to the elements

Industrial meets farmhouse in this kitchen from a new home built for Cincinnati’s

HOMEARAMA® in 2018. Blending in with its countryside setting, which includes

neighboring farms, rustic wooden ceiling beams, open shelving and an apron-front

sink add a bit of farm-style flair. Exposed brick walls, gooseneck light fixtures and the

black casings of the pass-through window that serves an outdoor entertaining area,

add a decidedly modern industrial touch.

RESOURCES Builder Sterling Homes; Architect Mary Cassinelli Architect,

LLC; Interior design Designs On Madison; Appliances and fixtures Keidel Supply;

Granite Mont Granite; Hardwood flooring McSwain Carpets & Floors; Lighting

Lighting EFX; Brick Brick Tec Inc.; Windows Pella Windows and Doors; Woodworking

C&W Custom Woodworking

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BRIGHTidea

Ditch an unused door

When a midcentury home that was featured in the

Columbus Parade of Homes in the 50s came on the

market, it was purchased by a couple who knew the

home had great potential and wanted to capitalize on its

striking architectural features to make it a showstopper

once again. In the kitchen, exposed rafters were painted

espresso giving them a bit more depth and a seldom-used

back door was removed, to make way for a microwave

drawer and built-in coffee/latte maker. ➻

RESOURCES Design, contractor and

interior design Dave Fox Design-Build Remodelers;

Cabinetry Omega Dynasty; Countertops Cambria

Quartz; Countertop fabricator Konkus; Backsplash tile

Emser; Appliances Jack’s Appliance; Flooring America’s

Floor Source; Lighting Hinkley pendants, Northern Lighting

To see more

of this remodel, go to

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search: Remodel exposes

architectural

elements

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BRIGHTidea

Take the backsplash

to the ceiling

This Tampa kitchen checks off all the top design

boxes: a hint of brass, captivating gray cabinetry

and just a touch of lively color thanks to the

splashes of purple. But look a little closer and

you’ll notice a subtle design technique that almost

fades away in the background—the geometric

backsplash stretches from the countertops all the

way to the ceiling, helping to elongate the wall and

to accentuate the height of the room. The natural

light flooding in from the windows plays nicely off

the brass tile pieces used in the backsplash.

To see more

of this kitchen, go to

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and search: Charming

sophistication

RESOURCES Builder Bartlett Custom Homes; Architect Hittmeier Design Consultants; Cabinetry Amoroso Cabinets;

Interior designer Gage-Martin Interiors; Backsplash Decorum Tile & Stone

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DINING ROOMᅁ

WHEN GATHERING FOR A MEAL WITH FAMILY AND FRIENDS, IT’S NOT

JUST WHAT YOU PUT ON THE TABLE, IT’S WHO YOU HAVE AROUND

IT THAT COUNTS. HAVING SAID THAT, FURNISHINGS, FABRICS AND

FIXTURES GO A LONG WAY IN CONTRIBUTING TO THE MOOD IN THE

ROOM. REGARDLESS OF WHETHER YOUR STYLE IS FORMAL OR CASUAL,

BE SURE TO TOP THINGS OFF WITH A STRIKING LIGHT FIXTURE, OR

TWO, TO GET THE ROOM TALKING. ➻

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BRIGHTidea Let your lighting shine

Lighting played a major role in the renovation of an English Tudor built in 1980 in the

countryside east of Columbus, Ohio. Nestled among 31 wooded acres in the Pataskala

community, the home was sorely in need of a makeover. The end result is luxury living

at its finest, where every room shines including the formal dining room where twin

chandeliers hang from beamed ceilings to add eye-catching grandeur.

To see more of this home, go to housetrends.com and search: Rise and shine

RESOURCES

Architect Scott Baker, SBA

Studios; Builder Nth Degree

Construction; Interior design

Nth Degree Interiors; Windows

and doors Windsor, Specialty

North American

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of this home, go to

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renovation is refreshingly

charming

BRIGHTidea

Get cozy with

a breakfast

nook bench

This cheerful breakfast nook has

everything going for it—a trendy

statement light, a splash of color and

a fantastic view. The owners of this St.

Petersburg, Florida home took advantage

of every square inch of their

kitchen, utilizing a small space by the

back door to create the ultimate spot

to enjoy a cup of coffee in the morning.

The cozy corner bench beckons

the family to take in their surroundings,

both inside and out.

Photo by Amy Lamb/Native House Photography

RESOURCES

Architect dc-studio; Contractor

Popa Construction; Designers Bee

Studios; Lynn & Campbell; Hardwood

flooring Bella Cera engineered wood

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farmhouse-style spaces,

go to housetrends.com

and search: HOMEARAMA

celebrates farmstyle

living

BRIGHTidea Mix and match styles

Stone archways provide a subtle visual separation between the kitchen

and dining areas in this 2018 Cincinnati HOMEARAMA® home. Metal

side chairs and black clad windows add an industrial element, while

the stone, ceiling beams, and wide-planked flooring add the farmhouse

features. Contributing a bit of a surprising effect are two crystal chandeliers

positioned to add elegance to the setting without obstructing the

view outside the full wall of windows and French doors.

Photo by Greg Grupenhof

RESOURCES Builder The

Leland Group; Interior designer Katie Linich;

Appliances Custom Distributors; Cabinets

Select Kitchen Design; Countertops Stone

Statements; Hardwood flooring Cincinnati Floor

& Window Coverings; Lighting Ferguson; Stone

Brick Tec, Inc; Windows Andersen, McCabe

Lumber; Woodworking/built-ins Miami

Woodworking, Inc.

To see more

of this home, go to

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search: Art of

design

Photo by Daniel Feldkamp

BRIGHTidea

Antiques create great

dinner conversation

An antique Moroccan cabinet juxtaposes

with the teal wallpapered walls and white tile

flooring in this Dayton, Ohio dining room.

The homeowners stumbled across the wood

cabinet covered in goat leather during a stroll

through an antique store in Fez, Morocco. The

imported piece, now filled with other treasures

from their travels, is tucked into a wall niche

in their dining room and complements the

midcentury modern design of the space. ➻

RESOURCES Interior designer

E.N. Interiors, Inc.; Dining table Homenature

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BRIGHTidea

Black and brass add drama

The dining area resides on the second floor of this

urban-designed Tampa home. The eclectic space

incorporates a loft-like feel with large windows

and a wall of fully retractable glass doors opening

out to a large patio. Hints of black and brass,

seen in the light fixtures, cabinetry, hardware and

custom wall art establish the industrial vibe felt

throughout the entire home. Natural materials like

hardwood flooring and custom concrete counters

complement the design.

To see more

of this home, go to

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and search:

Forward thinking

RESOURCES Builder

Aadmixx Design+Build Studio;

Interior custom design features

and furniture Tobin Green and Built;

Custom concrete Béton Studio;

Artists and photography Bask;

Greg Byron, Pep Rally, Inc.; Tristan

Eaton; Shephard Fairey; Tyree Guyton

Photo by Joe Traina

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Fresh, Open

and Elegant

Dublin kitchen reworked

for a better function, flow and feel

BY LEE RHODES | Photos by Todd Yarrington

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Kitchen renovations often begin with shiny new appliances.

But for homeowners in Dublin, the upgrade began

with the desire to warm up the existing space and create a

cozy, cottagey feel. The fact that they improved the flow for

entertaining purposes was an added bonus. The renovation

included the family room and mudroom as well, achieving the

look they wanted with fresh colors, mixed metals and elegant

architectural details. The homeowners also incorporated the

ceiling, often overlooked in home improvement projects,

adding visual interest with a stunning coffered look. Let their

ideas inspire you.

“It was a beautiful transformation of space,” explains

Bryce Jacob of remodeler J.S. Brown & Co. The home was

built in 2000, so it was prime time for a makeover. The family

had been kicking ideas around and knew they wanted to

reconfigure the space. While the original kitchen was quite

functional, there were wasted areas and a bit of a bottleneck

to reach the back patio. The J.S. Brown team opened the

kitchen to the family room by adding a second arched entry,

then redesigned the eating area to provide improved access

to the outdoor living area. The new refrigerator is recessed

into the space formerly occupied by the walk-in pantry, and

the mudroom was reconfigured to include a wall of cubbies.

While the new space doesn’t mimic a traditional kitchen

work triangle, it reflects smart design choices that create a

purposeful room and function well for this family. “I love to

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1 An apothecary-style table with a walnut top serves as a charming

end cap to the island. 2 Two openings from the kitchen to the family

room allow for a better flow—especially when the family entertains.

3 Just around the corner, a workstation is designed to blend

with the look of the kitchen.

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cook so the kitchen setup was a huge priority for me,” says

the homeowner. “We have three college-aged boys and they

all love to eat. We also entertain lots of family.”

Stone makes a statement

Jacob, who designed the kitchen, moved the original fireplace—he

salvaged it and used it in the new design—and

enlarged the opening, creating a circular traffic pattern. The

timber beam above the fireplace mantel rests within drystacked

natural stone, picking up the earthy feel and tone of

the hardwood floors, and contributing to the cottagey feel.

Several mismatched window header heights were aligned

and a series of architectural details were added to synchronize

other lines throughout the rooms. Those details include the

coffered ceilings and the gorgeous wall paneling that lends

the family room a refined feel. “Before, the family room felt

top heavy,” explains Jacob. “Now, the large chandelier pulls the

height down but simultaneously draws your attention up so

you see that beautiful ceiling with the cyberspace blue band.”

The coffers became a point of delineation throughout,

and in the kitchen, the depth of the ceiling was dictated by

the window over the sink, which barely grazes the ceiling

but does not recess into the coffer, creating a tasteful look.

Tumbled, glazed tile serves as the backsplash, and the fact

that the tile wraps up to the ceiling creates a sense of grandeur.


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Singing in blues

The overall style is clean, but the color choice is inspired, as

the upper wall’s wash of brilliant blue was not something

that the homeowners had in their original idea palette. But

after collaborating with interior designer Brooke Jones and

pouring over photos, the palette evolved to pleasing shades of

blue, nicely offset by brass accents in the kitchen.

“I wanted something timeless and classic,” says the homeowner.

“I can’t quite embrace the gray, monochromatic look.

It’s not warm enough for me. So we settled on the blue.”

“There is still this affection for white kitchens and white

cabinets,” adds Jacob. “So it’s nice when color is introduced.”

And even nicer when there is a blending of metal materials,

which is currently on trend. In this kitchen, we see said

blending with the brushed brass accents set against the steel

appliances. Together, they ensure that the space feels neither

too warm nor too cold.

Another on-trend feature is two-toning. Many kitchens

contrast the traditional two-toned black and white look, but

by introducing more vibrant colors, such as the blues here,

there is an added style element. “Imagine if the apothecary

table and hood were all white; it would be very bland,” comments

Jacob. “And the fabric on the stools matches the settee

in the dining room, so there’s a nice carrying over of color

throughout the home.”

The blues certainly create continuity, and this, along with

the home’s many other inviting features, gave these homeowners

the look they love—and a really incredible finished

product.

4 Bold touches of blue create a bit of a theme throughout the open floor plan. 5 Along the same exterior wall, the arched window in the

family room mimics the same shape over the sink. 6 A statement light fixture accentuates the family room’s height. 7 New cubbies in the

mudroom come in handy for this active family of five.

RESOURCES Contractor J.S. Brown & Co., with kitchen design by Bryce Jacob, CR, UDCP; Interior design by Brooke

Jones, Allied ASID; Cabinetry Daso Custom Cabinetry; Countertops Quartz, Konkus Marble & Granite; Backsplash Glazed Thin

Brick, Fireclay Tile; Blanco sink with Kohler faucet Ferguson; Appliances Thermador dishwasher and oven, Sub-Zero refrigerator,

Ferguson; Lighting Visual Comfort, Ferguson

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Celebrating 25 years in business, George Cleary shares what his

experience as a design-build-remodeler has taught him.

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Q First, can you introduce us to Russell?

A Russell is The Cleary Company’s official greeter.

He comes to work every day with me and has

his favorite napping spots in our office. But when

things get a little hectic Russell is more than happy

to provide us with a break by going outside for a

game of catch or chase the squirrel.

Q How did you get started in the remodeling

business?

A I have been working in this industry for over

35 years, initially working for other contractors.

But 25 years ago, with about $10,000 in my

pocket, a computer, a truck, some tools and

a few of my good buddies, I decided to start

my own business.

Q 25 years is a long time. What do you love

about your work?

A Relationships. Also, translating a customer’s

vision into a design and then building their

dream is the best part of what we do.

Q What should someone consider before

choosing a remodeler?

A It may sound basic, but sometimes when

the focus is price, people ignore basic, but

important questions:

• Am I comfortable with the people who will

be in my home for weeks, possibly months?

• Do I trust the process outlined by the

remodeler?

• Do I understand all the costs and potential

over-runs?

Q How does a homeowner determine what

type of person or firm they should hire?

A There are several questions to ask before hiring

a contractor. In fact, we host an open house titled

“Remodeling 101.” Open to the general public,

we review best practices for a successful remodel.

For example, there are different approaches

people can take:

• DIY. Do some of the work yourself and have

a cousin/neighbor/friend help.

• Start with an architect. Get plans first then hire

a general contractor.

• Hire a Jack-of-all-trades.

• Go with a design-build firm.

We believe strongly in the design-build team

approach. The benefits are that you communicate

with one company from start to finish—for

detailed planning, design and execution. This

results in a savings of time and money and you

get a clear idea of costs.

Q Once a homeowner selects a remodeler,

what is important to communicate?

A There should be a clear understanding between

both parties as to how long the project will take

from demo through completion. The family

should share their scheduling concerns regarding

vacations, important events, etc. Also, does it

makes sense for them to live in the home during

the remodel?

And communication is key. Would you prefer

to talk with your contractor face to face? Or are

texts and e-mails more convenient? How often

would you like to be updated to feel comfortable?

And who needs to be involved when decisions

are made?

Q Can you recommend any resources

for getting started on a project in the

Columbus area?

A Sure. We are active with the local chapter of

National Association of the Remodeling Industry

(NARI), plus we have an A+ excellent rating

with the Better Business Bureau (BBB). Both

of those organizations are great places to start

with a bit of research.

To see a recent project by The Cleary Company, go to housetrends.com and search: Modern farmhouse starts from scratch

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BUT THERE IS STILL A SERIOUS HOLDOUT AMONG THOSE OF US WHO

SIMPLY WANT TO SOAK THE STRESS OF THE DAY AWAY IN A VESSEL

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A captivating slab of Calacatta Macchia Vecchia marble serves as the focal point in this

St. Petersburg, Florida master bathroom. The stunning stone, featuring rich gold and

taupe veining, wowed the homeowners at first glance. A false skylight with a wooden

screen was fabricated to go over the tub to bring additional light into the room. Now,

despite being an interior space in the downtown condo, the master bath complements

the bright and modern design seen in the rest of the home.

RESOURCES Bathroom designer Urban Innovations,

Inc.; Contractor Strobel Design Build; Cabinetry Bright Wood Works;

Marble Custom Marble Works; Area rug Addison/Dicus & Bailey; Tile

installation Artisan Tile & Stone; Plumbing fixtures Ferguson

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Photo by Jeff McCutcheon

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When making over their dated 90s master bath that included lots of

brass and an angled shower and water closet, a Powell, Ohio couple

knew they also wanted to brighten the space. So they selected white

cabinetry and a marble countertop. After crunching the numbers they

discovered they could cover the floor, entire shower and half of the

walls with marble, instead of porcelain tile, for a nominal additional

expense. So they decided to splurge a little and get what they really

wanted. ➻

RESOURCES Designer/contractor/cabinetry Kitchen

Kraft; Fixtures, faucets and lighting Ferguson; Countertops Honed

Carrara marble, Perrotta’s Marble Shop; Tile Honed Bianco Venatino Marble,

and zero-entry shower floor: Hamilton Parker Company; Frameless

shower door Buckeye Custom Glass

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BRIGHTidea Embrace the light

The master bathroom in this Dayton, Ohio home relies on the great outdoors for a

splash of color and natural lighting. The warm, modern feel of the space is thanks

to a blend of natural and man-made materials. White quartz is featured on the tub

surround, while the floating vanities are covered in walnut veneer, which complements

the natural stone of the shower.

RESOURCES Architect Springhouse Architects; Cabinetry supplier

Kimball Derrick, CKD; Interior designer RM Interiors; Plumbing fixtures Centerville

Winsupply

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Photo by Kelly Settle/Kelly Ann Photography

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BRIGHTidea To each his (or her) own

A first-floor retreat with his-and-her baths was a priority for a couple renovating

a home built in 1982 in the Cincinnati neighborhood of Indian Hill. In her

bath, a spacious walk-in shower was designed with an eye on today and tomorrow,

with a wheelchair-accessible entry and a cast iron soaking tub wrapped in

stainless steel. A drainage system runs along the glass wall of the “wet room”

area, which contains the tub and shower areas. And water-friendly polyvinyl

plantation-style shutters afford privacy. ➻

RESOURCES Contractor

The Howland Group, LLC; Interior

designer Adorn Interior Design;

Bathroom designer Hyde Park

Lumber Co.; Cabinetry DuraSupreme;

Countertop Imperial Dandy; Tub Dorset

Bateau Cast Iron/Stainless, Signature

Hardware

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BRIGHTideဂ Dress the windows

Beige window treatments add luxurious texture to this master bathroom in

Tampa. Representative of an elegant spa, the drapery perfectly frames the

window behind the freestanding tub, which is tucked beneath a Haywood

chandelier from Currey & Company. The beautiful gray and white veining of

the Carrara marble seen on the floor and vanity countertops complements the

design and allows your eyes to travel right to the heart of the space.

RESOURCES Architect Aude-Smith Architecture, Inc., AIA; Builder

Sterling Ridge Properties; Painting Painters Pro of Florida; Chandelier Currey &

Company Haywood; Cabinetry Fine Wood Design

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BRIGHTideဂ Let the railing do the talking

Eyes are immediately drawn to the one-of-a-kind metal staircase railing in this Tampa

home. The family chose to completely renovate the waterfront home, but they were

able to preserve a few original elements, such as the crown molding and millwork, the

glossy brown marble foyer floors and the elegant railings of the central staircase tower.

The end result is a perfect combination of old and new to create a dramatic foyer that

sets the tone for the rest of the house.

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RESOURCES

Contractor Soleil Design Build,

Inc.; Interior designer A.M.D.

Interior Design Consulting;

Hardwood flooring and carpets

Addison/Dicus & Bailey

Company

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BRIGHTidea

Consider concrete

for an industrial look

Concrete establishes the urban loft look of this Tampa

house. The industrial theme greets guests as they enter

the Corten steel front door and step onto the raw concrete

floor, which intentionally displays the nicks and

dings created during construction. The owners of the

three-story home took great care to incorporate unique

details and textures into every space. The concrete block

focal wall and brass geometric light fixture hanging overhead

are just the beginning of the adventure that awaits.

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One of the many focal points

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Dayton, Ohio home is the

staircase, which calls to

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In the classic 1939 film,

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essentially becomes a main

character opposite Vivien

Leigh’s Scarlett O’Hara and

Clark Gable’s Rhett Butler.

So it is no wonder that the

curved staircase in this

home commands attention.

Accentuated by an abundance

of natural light and a

domed ceiling with a warm

copper faux finish, the staircase

plays an integral role

in the overall design of the

home.

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Builder Astelier Fine Homes;

Faux finishing Bel Finito;

Flooring Tony’s Tub & tile

Photo by Joe Traina

RESOURCES Builder Aadmixx Design+Build

Studio; Interior custom design features and furniture

Tobin Green and Built; Custom concrete Béton Studio

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BRIGHTidea Use architecture as art

A majestic double wedding style staircase frames this formal

living room and its inviting golf course view of the

New Albany Country Club, just outside of Columbus, Ohio.

Soaring ceilings rise nearly 20 feet in the entry and great

room requiring 18 ebony and white steps to make the ascent.

The dual staircases seemingly float from the marble flooring

to the second floor landing where they are topped with an

elegant chandelier. ➻

RESOURCES Architect Brian Kent Jones Architects, Inc.; Builder Ghiloni Custom Builders; Lighting Capital Lighting;

Flooring Hamilton Parker and Classico Tile & Marble; Windows Kolbe, Northern Window & Door

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Photo by Daniel Feldkamp

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BRIGHTidea Turn your entry into an art gallery

Photo by Connie Kimsey

The foyer in a condominium in the Hyde Park neighborhood

of Cincinnati features a bold wall treatment paired with a

sleek chest of drawers. Decorative plates, featuring a pattern

similar to the walls, are displayed on either side of a more traditional

mirror. A contemporary chaise rests under one of two

paintings of Cincinnati by artist W. Michael Meyer. Positioned

at the end of the hall, and reflected in the entry mirror, a bold

contemporary piece draws the eye into the home.

RESOURCES Developer Greiwe Development; Architect GBBN Architects; Contractor North American Properties;

Interior designer Randy Basselman, Greiwe Interiors; Wall treatment Harlequin; Furniture Bernhardt; John-Richard; Lighting

Hudson Valley; Visual Comfort; Hardwood flooring Carpetland; Rugs Custom, Greiwe Interiors

Photo by Joe Traina

BRIGHTidea

Add character with wood

White painted shiplap is the main attraction in this Pinellas

County, Florida home. Inspired by the home depicted in the film

Something’s Gotta Give, the bright entry and staircase set the

farmhouse tone. Rugged hand-scraped natural hardwood floors,

fun light fixtures such as the Zeugma Import chandelier in the

foyer and a subtle color scheme establish the comfortable atmosphere

that is perfect for adults and children alike.

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RESOURCES Architect Aude-Smith Architecture,

Inc., AIA; Builder Sterling Ridge Properties; Shiplap Buffalo Lumber

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Porch is replaced with master suite and looks right at home

BY KRISTIN GREENBERG | Photos by Daniel Feldkamp

When Julie Clemens and Randall Schweller purchased their Clintonville home in 2006,

they were enchanted by both the old and the new. Rope and pulley windows, well-conditioned

hardwood floors and original door hardware exuded charm, while a previously

completed kitchen renovation added modern conveniences in keeping with the style of

this 1920s house. After almost a decade of living with their traditional upstairs three bedroom

and one hall bath layout, the space began to feel constraining. The couple vowed

to undertake a renovation process that provided all their desired updates but stayed true

to the home’s character in quality and finishes. ➻

1 New steps provide a comfortable ascent to the home’s front entrance. 2 Porch pillars, which coordinate

with the front of the home, mask steel frames supporting the upper-level master bedroom. 3 The roof over

a back porch was replaced with the second story addition which would house the master suite.

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Keeping in character

Julie and Randall spent eight months working with Steve

Hurtt of urbanorder architecture to fashion a master suite

that integrated seamlessly with the existing structure and

capitalized on their unique double lot. The result was a

window-filled second level addition on top of a reconstructed

back porch and rear first floor den to create a new master

bedroom and bathroom respectively. They usurped an existing

bedroom to serve as the suite’s spacious closet.

“Our upstairs was just begging to have this extension,”

Randall says. “It was claustrophobic, and we had few functional

windows to view the back yard.” Julie adds, “after

spending multiple summers taming the overgrowth on our

property, we wanted to enjoy the view and benefit from more

natural light.”

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A new outlook

The new sweeping expanse of windows in the master bedroom ranks as a

top favorite for both the homeowners and their remodeler, Todd Schmidt

of Renovations Unlimited. That wall’s clean and simple look contrasts

with the complex challenge surrounding its construction and the pivotal

role it played in the makeover’s overall design.

“With that much glass,” Todd explains, “we elected to install a steel

tubular frame assembly to gain the shear strength necessary to withstand

potential high winds.” While Todd and Steve worked with the structural

engineers to ensure functionality outside, Julie was eagerly researching

design ideas for the inside, utilizing library resources, devouring magazines

and making frequent trips to vendors. “One of my first decisions,

based on an image I had found, was to paint the frames of our windows

in Benjamin Moore’s Knoxville Gray,” Julie recalls. “The color contrasted

well with the wood floors and that became a jumping-off point for the

décor.”

“Julie is a visionary,” raves Randall. “She may be an amateur, but she

has an incredible eye. There were a million choices, and it was absolutely

necessary to form a plan so we didn’t feel overwhelmed.” In an old-school

approach, Julie constructed physical design boards to keep track of each

previous selection so that the succeeding ones were certain to coordinate.

“Doing their homework and being prepared made the process much

easier and better,” commends Todd. “We were able to consider all the

specific details prior to installation and develop creative solutions.” The

vintage look of the spa clawfoot tub, for example, remains untarnished

since the team found a way early on to disguise the access to its motor

which powers air jets and colored therapy lights. ➻

4 The windows deliver a spectacular view of the outside, but blackout blinds

that move top-to-bottom ensure desired levels of privacy. 5 The original

third bedroom door was sealed off, creating a hallway to the master suite

while retaining the efficiency of the laundry chute (in-floor, to left of doorway).

6 This former third bedroom gained a fresh entryway and new life as a generously

sized closet. 7 Custom bookshelves flank the master bedroom’s main

entrance holding treasured volumes.

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Expect the unexpected

Comprehensive planning, however, cannot

prevent the occasional unexpected

problem, like when the electrician’s leg

made a surprise appearance through the

ceiling of the dining room. “He accidentally

stepped through a hole in the plaster

while we were having our weekly meeting

with Julie and Randall,” Todd says.

“Everyone was OK, but there was plaster

dust all over the pizza.” Reflecting,

Randall comments, “this process is not

for the weak.”

What made the one-and-a-half-year

construction job fulfilling was the tremendous

communication between

the couple, Steve, Todd and especially

George, Renovations Unlimited’s project

manager, who did the custom carpentry

on items like the master bedroom’s bookshelves

and bench seat. “We would see

George every day,” says Julie, “so it was

important that we felt very comfortable

with him.” Todd usually warns his clients

upfront that any renovation work is an

emotional roller coaster. “The excitement

when a project starts is high but

quickly wanes when important rooms

are not available and homeowners’ routines

are upset,” he says. “It rises again

when the accessories are being installed

and work is almost complete.”

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Blending old and new

It is in these finishing touches that Julie

and Randall reveled in the selection and

creation of a 1920s elegant look. “After

a lengthy search, we found the perfect

‘old New York’ style faucets which I love,”

says former Manhattan resident Randall.

New doors were created in the same style

as the old, and Julie scoured Columbus

Architectural Salvage for matching crystal

handles and door hinges, scrubbing

off old paint when necessary. She also

found the flush mount ceiling hardware

there, repurposing the fixtures with

appropriate globes or fabric and trim.

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“What is important is not just that

you enjoy the renovation but that you

are doing what is right for the house,”

Julie affirms. Sealed within the window

seating in their new bedroom lies an

envelope containing greetings from the

couple, carefully-placed to be discovered

by their future counterparts. “We

imagine,” Julie says, “subsequent owners

of this home being grateful that we

put a lot of time and thought into this

redesign. It is our legacy.”

RESOURCES Contractor Todd Schmidt, Renovations Unlimited;

Architect Steve Hurtt and Dean Berlon, urbanorder architecture; BATHROOM

Vanity in cherry Custom Wood Products; Tile Dover White subway and Matte

White hexagon, Classico Tile and Marble; Installed by Impact Flooring and Countertops;

Countertop, shower seat and shower curb Polished White Carrara Marble, Impact

Flooring and Countertops; Mirrors, accessories and hardware In Home Concepts;

Ceiling lighting Columbus Architectural Salvage; Sconces Sophie; Tub, sinks and

faucets Worly Plumbing; Paint Benjamin Moore Cement Gray; BEDROOM Builtins

Renovations Unlimited; Lighting Hudson Valley on ceiling; Columbus Architectural

Salvage repurposed sconces; Paint Walls in Pashmina, Built-in shelves in Night Shade,

all Benjamin Moore from Creative Paints; CLOSET Custom system The Container

Store; Paint Benjamin Moore Nimbus Gray; Windows and storm doors APCO;

Porch railing Fortin Ironworks; HVAC for 2nd floor Custom Air

8 While it looks perfectly at home in this 1920s house, the clawfoot tub actually is spa-savvy with air jets and colored

therapy lights. 9 White hexagon tile on the floors and subway tile on the walls keeps the look classic.

10 Installing a pocket door to the master bath simplified a high-traffic area.

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