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Split-level opens up in Westerville; Charming sheds; Farmhouse grows from UA teardown; NARI home improvement tour guide

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STARTING FROM SCRATCH

A stunning modern farmhouse emerges from a complete teardown in Upper Arlington

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ON THE COVER

Walls were removed in a traditional split-level home in Westerville to create an open

floorplan centered on an updated kitchen. See the transformation beginning on page 46.

Photo by Columbus Pics


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CONTENTS

MARCH/APRIL 2019 COLUMBUS

REMODELING

46 TAKE DOWN THOSE WALLS

Open space and abundant lighting

were a priority in Westerville renovation

59 NARI HOME IMPROVEMENT TOUR

A guide to a showcase

of newly remodeled homes

INTERIOR DESIGN

77 2019 COLOR FORECAST

Hot hues to watch for this year

LANDSCAPING

92 SHEDS-A-PALOOZA

Outbuildings are so in right now

DEPARTMENTS

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Enjoy design tips, before

and afters, recipes and more

18 FRESH FINDS

Great home design discoveries

we just had to share

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a common design thread

41 CALENDAR OF EVENTS

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Starting

from

Scratch

A stunning modern farmhouse emerges from

a complete tear down in Upper Arlington

BY SUSAN ZINGRAF | Photos by Marshall Evan


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SOMETIMES TO GET WHAT YOU WANT, YOU JUST HAVE TO START OVER.

All the way over. For Kate Farrel in Upper Arlington, it was

tearing down her 1,000-square-foot ranch home and building

a brand new, two-story, four-bedroom modern farmhouse in

its place. As someone who loves to cook and host large family

gatherings, in addition to being a new mother who didn’t want

to move, Kate wanted more space and a new layout to better

fit her lifestyle, and only a complete redo would do. ➻

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1 Being able to interact with company while cooking was a primary goal for the

homeowner. 2 Mercury glass pendants add another layer of light to an already

bright, light-filled space. 3 Custom cabinets conceal organizational perks. 4 The

reclaimed, imperfect look of the flooring adds a level of warmth and practicality.

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Kate worked with George Cleary and designer Laura

Watson of The Cleary Company on the project. “George has

been a good friend for many years. I knew his business and

integrity and knew he was who I wanted to go with,” Kate

remarks.

The initial idea was to put an addition on the existing house

and renovate the kitchen. However, that plan meant sacrificing

the entire backyard, which wasn’t ideal, so they decided

to rethink their strategy. “The challenge of the whole project

was to get a bigger house to somehow fit on the corner lot,

as she didn’t want to move,” explains Watson. “It made more

sense to go up, the numbers said go up.” So up they went, as

well as out a bit, by tearing the old house down—including

its foundation—and starting all over with an entirely new

footprint and orientation of the house on the lot.

Room to maneuver

With bedrooms up and out of the way on the new second

floor, the main floor was free to be designed with the open

concept Kate desired. “I wanted open living, to be able to

cook in the kitchen and also interact with my guests,” Kate

explains. “Laura really helped me design around the way I

wanted to live in the space.”

The new kitchen acts as the hub of the first floor. Its

13-foot island is an abundant area for meal prep and congregating

and serves as the central point to the adjoining

living and dining spaces. With an open and cohesive nature

to the space, the new first floor hits the unity mark for Kate.

“Whether we’re cooking, sitting down, watching TV or whatever,

we can all be together,” she says.

The style of the new home combines the bright and clean

feel with warm and textured touches. White kitchen cabinetry

and backsplash tile, along with light gray quartz countertops

and gray walls, offer a simple, modern appeal. Hardwood

flooring by Northern Wide Plank, with a reclaimed barnwood

look, gives organic balance to the space. Kate remarks, “I

didn’t want it to be all pristine and perfect. The floor helps

the space not feel stark and sterile, and the reclaimed look

with its variations in the wood can withstand a toddler and a

dog.” She adds, “It hides a lot of trouble.” ➻

5 Hive wall tiles alternate between concave and convex to create a 3D effect surrounding the fireplace.

6 Hickory beams traverse the living room’s vaulted ceiling.

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Farm-fresh touches

Light stained hickory beams add to the farmhouse

feel and warm up the vaulted ceiling in the living

room. In the two-story foyer, a custom wood design

surrounding the chandelier base adds texture and

style. Watson remarks, “That wood design was a way

to carry the wood floor up and balance the ceiling

and floor, because the floor has so much movement

and color to it.”

Surrounding the living room fireplace, threedimensional

Hive tile lends another element of texture

and intrigue. “Kate loved that tile when we

saw it at Hamilton Parker and said we had to use it

somewhere in the project,” Watson explains. “I told

her we can’t just use a little of that tile, we need to use

a lot, because it’s so interesting.” They chose a dark

stain for the hickory wood outlining the fireplace to

highlight and define the tile and fireplace elements

in the room.

With a brand new house, Kate feels it was well

worth apartment living with a baby for eight months

to reap the reward of what she lives in now. “It was

definitely worth it, I wouldn’t change a thing,” she

concludes. “It’s the perfect house for my family.”

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eye up from the floor and balance the look. 8 A 60-inch

linear fireplace is an appealing draw to the sitting area

off the kitchen.

RESOURCES Architect Fidei Architecture;

Builder The Cleary Company; Project Manager

Rob Lindeboom, CLC; Designer Laura Watson, ASID,

UDCP, The Cleary Company; Lighting Elk, Northern

Lighting; Paint Sherwin Williams; Flooring Reclaimed

oak, Northern Wide Plank; Fireplaces Kitchen: 60”

Ambiance CLX Electric; Family room: Heat & Glo Direct

Vent Gas, both from Hamilton Parker; Living room tile

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Spring Parade of Homes

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Designers’ Show House and Gardens

May 3-19

Dayton Philharmonic Volunteer Association

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2019 Homearama Touring Edition

July 26 - August 11

Home Builders Association of Dayton

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BIA Tour of Homes

April 27 & 28, May 4 & 5

Building Industry Association of Central Ohio

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NARI Spring Home

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NARI of Central Ohio

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Bexley Women’s Club

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Today’s open floorplan may seem ubiquitous, but this wasn’t

always the case. One of the defining moments in home design

history was when forward-thinking architects decided that the

traditional foyer/living room/dining room/kitchen combo, separated

by walls, would be improved by a more seamless flow. As the saying

goes, the walls came tumbling down and the open floorplan was born.


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The value of this change cannot be overstated, and homeowners

Dr. Jamar Williams and his fiancée Tonya would

certainly agree. Their traditional split-level home, built circa

1992 in Westerville, cried out for more open space and light.

The couple loved the home as a whole, but not the divided

layout, with dark corners throughout and walls blocking the

property’s enviable views.

“Lighting was very important,” says Jamar. “I was to the

point where I thought, if I can’t get more light in the house, I

may have to sell it.”

Tonya had the vision to remove existing walls to create

the desired open floorplan that would be centered around an

updated kitchen.

The couple partnered with designer Keith Rupp of Kitchen

Kraft to create the new kitchen, and L&L Contractors

and Home Remodeling to handle the construction end of

things—including removing walls and executing creative

lighting solutions.

Island living

The end result is a modern, updated floorplan encompassing

shared kitchen, living and dining spaces, perfect for socializing

and preparing gourmet meals. Fittingly, the kitchen

became the centerpiece of the downstairs and the large

five-by-ten-foot quartz island became the focal point of the

kitchen.

The homeowners cite the island as their favorite feature.

They opted not to incorporate a dining room table (though

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there is ample space for one) because the island serves this

purpose, with chairs on three sides, allowing for the easy

flow of conversation.

“I like the design where people can face each other as

they’re seated at an island, versus the diner feel,” says Rupp.

“It creates a more social element to seating.”

The island incorporates several high-end appliances,

including a cooktop range with downdraft functionality,

ideal in an open-concept kitchen, as no additional ventilation

is required; a luxury under-the-counter stove by

Thermador; an under-the-counter microwave; and a beverage

cooler and wine rack. The beverage cooler has an interior

LED light that provides a soothing, ambient look at night.

As for the wine rack, “Usually you would see dividers, but

the bottle ‘holders’ are recessed in the back of the cabinet, so

they look like they’re floating. You also don’t have to worry

about dusting,” explains Rupp. ➻

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1 Five skylights were added

to flood the room with

natural light.

2 The sink location and

the window above it are

about the only two recognizable

elements from

the original space.

3 A piece of the original

wall separating the kitchen

from the living room

can be seen in the small

bump out to the left of

the tall hutch.

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A warm, fresh face

Another modern element? The color palette. Previously a

generic beige, the kitchen now boasts fresh gray and white

hues. The designer used the warm shades of the earthy,

driftwood-toned flooring to complement the island, and

from there, washed the cabinetry and window seat in a lighter

stain finish. Finally, the warm shades within the beautiful

stone fireplace are pulled in as well.

“They loved that room, so I drew a lot of inspiration from

the tones that were already in there,” explains Rupp. “And

my personal style is to use a lot of different tones that work

together. I like the high contrast because it creates drama.”

“It all takes on the light very well,” adds Jamar. Indeed, the

color scheme is amplified by the unique lighting, both natural

and man-made. As part of the renovation, a window wall

topped by skylights was added. Jamar suggested the series

of skylights, which he says opens up the ceiling. These, in

conjunction with under-cabinet, interior cabinet and recessed

can lighting, fill the space with light and warmth. Over the

island, nautical-inspired pendant lights complete the look.

“There’s so much light from sunup to sundown,” Jamar

says. “When you walk in and see it, it’s unbelievable.” ➻

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4 The lower two levels

of this tri-level home

are now completely

open, creating an easy

flow for the couple

and their guests.

5 A beverage station

is conveniently positioned

on the living

room side of the

island.

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Personal touches

The homeowners injected personality

into the room with several other distinctive

elements, including the urban,

stainless steel, farmhouse sink—a

nice spin on the traditional farmhouse

sink—and a window seat beneath the

bay window overlooking the deck and

out into the yard.

“Tonya and I made the cushion that

rests on the window seat top as part of

a weekend project,” he says. “It’s a good

place for conversation and there’s storage

under the seating.”

Finally, the black of the grand piano,

juxtaposed against the gray wall, lends

the room a modern look. But it’s not

just for show—Jamar, a jazz piano

player who grew up surrounded by

music, still plays it every day under the

light that streams into the space.

Jamar has some advice for anyone

thinking about renovating their own

home or kitchen: Obtain a professional

layout of what you want ahead of time

and decide upon your top priorities

as you approach the project. For him,

open space and abundant lighting are

the hallmarks of the renovated home,

resonating with all who enter.

6 Glass doors on the upper

cabinets add to the airy,

spacious feel.

7 A breakfast table previously

stood in front of

the bay window.

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A driving tour of 12 newly remodeled homes

Saturday, May 4, 10am-5pm and

Sunday, May 5, Noon-5pm

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6820 Temperance Point Street

Westerville 43082

Project by Dave Fox Design Build Remodelers

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2571 Clarion Court

Upper Arlington 43220

Project by Nicholson Builders

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1020 Cattail Cove

Delaware 43015

Project by Griffey Remodeling

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2424 Wenbury Road

Upper Arlington 43220

Project by J.S. Brown & Co.

www.jsbrowncompany.com

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3565 Highground Court

Powell 43065

Project by Organized Home Remodeling

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1200 Langston Drive

Upper Arlington 43220

Project by Kitchen Kraft Inc.

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908 John Michael Way

Columbus 43235

Project by Dave Fox Design Build Remodelers

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780 Highland Drive

Columbus 43214

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190 S High Street

Dublin 43017

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2667 Coventry Road

Upper Arlington 43221

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Hot hues to

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From fashion to interior design, color plays an important

role in our daily lives. Each year, some of the most influential

experts in the industry announce their top colors

of the year. Marsala, Poised Taupe, Violet Verbena and

Greenery are just a few of the eclectic hues bestowed

the honor the last few years. This year’s crop of top

colors runs the gamut, from sultry green to lively coral.

It’s up to you to decide which color speaks to you. ➻

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Living

Coral

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Pantone’s pick for its 2019 Color of the Year is Living Coral. The

optimistic shade of coral features a golden undertone, creating the

perfect combination of energy and warmth. “Color is an equalizing

lens through which we experience our natural and digital realities

and this is particularly true for Living Coral. With consumers craving

human interaction and social connection, the humanizing and heartening

qualities displayed by the convivial Pantone Living Coral hit a

responsive chord,” says Leatrice Eiseman, executive director of the

Pantone Color Institute.

This lively accent color looks great in virtually any space. Consider

using Living Coral as an accent wall color in a home office, or incorporate

it into a living room or sunroom via quaint chairs, luxurious rugs

and throw pillows or eye-catching wall art. ➻

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1 Sherwin-Williams’ Coral Reef brings Pantone’s Color of the Year 2019 Living Coral to life in this modern home office. 2 Inspired by

Pantone’s Living Coral, the backs of the cabinet boxes add a pop of color and character to the glass-front cabinetry from MasterBrand

Cabinets. 3 The workshop stool reimagined—the Tom & Jerry three-legged stool from Magis pairs colorful Living Coral with a wood

finish, creating the perfect piece to complement a kitchen or bar. 4 The PH5 mini pendant light from Louis Poulsen acts as a work of

art, with the Living Coral color making it the perfect choice for a kitchen or living room. 5 A splash of coral adds an energetic touch to

the neutral blue-gray tone of the floor and ceiling in this Dayton, Ohio sunroom designed by Sharon Bledsoe Designs and David Fair

Interiors. Photo by Daniel Feldkamp

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Metropolitan

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Gray has long been the go-to color in home design and

Benjamin Moore believes the love affair with this neutral

is still going strong. Metropolitan, a clean and crisp

light gray with cool undertones, is the paint company’s

top color of 2019. “Comforting, composed and effortlessly

sophisticated, Metropolitan exudes beauty and

balance,” says Ellen O’Neill, Benjamin Moore director of

strategic design intelligence. “It’s a color in the neutral

spectrum that references a contemplative state of mind

and design.”

The soothing shade is synonymous with peace and

tranquility, making it the perfect choice for virtually

any room in your house. It has the ability to bring a

calming sense of relief to a master suite or establish

a stress-free environment in your family room.

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6 Inspired by Benjamin Moore’s Metropolitan, the Urban

vanity from Hastings Tile & Bath features a soft gray finish

that brings this modern master bathroom to the next level.

7 The soft gray of Benjamin Moore’s Metropolitan allows

the dark hue of the blue cabinet to stand out in this kitchen.

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Cavern

Clay

Cavern Clay, a warm terracotta hue, is Sherwin-

Williams’ top color pick of the year. The earthy,

desert-inspired color works well in casual or formal

environments.

“Cavern Clay is an easy way to bring the warmth of

the outdoors in. Envision beaches, canyons and deserts,

and sun-washed late summer afternoons—all of

this embodied in one color,” says Sue Wadden, director

of color marketing for Sherwin-Williams.

Consider Cavern Clay as the perfect backdrop to a

welcoming living room or kitchen. It works well when

paired with classic natural elements such as wood

and stone and even complements dark navy blue and

black accent pieces such as chairs and lighting.

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8 With Sherwin-Williams’ Cavern Clay serving as the

earthy backdrop, this kitchen is able to show off its bright

white cabinetry and countertops, as well as the unique

herringbone design of the range backsplash. 9 The living

room utilizes Sherwin-Williams’ Cavern Clay on the walls,

which perfectly complements the dark blue hues seen in

the throw pillow, wall art and area rug.

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Night Watch

PPG relied on the power of nature when it selected Night

Watch as its 2019 Color of the Year. The luxuriously rich

green allows you to bring the healing power of nature

right into your home. “The restorative power of nature is

important in society now more than ever,” explains Dee

Schlotter, PPG senior color marketing manager. “The dark

green hue of Night Watch pulls our memories of natural

environments to the surface to recreate the calming,

invigorating euphoria we feel when in nature.”

Night Watch is a versatile color that can be incorporated

into a variety of spaces and design elements. Consider it as

a focal accent wall in a living room or dining room. It pairs

nicely with gold or brass accents and bright pops of blue

and orange.

10 PPG’s Night Watch complements the elegant

and simplistic look of this dining space.

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A flagstone path leads from the patio to a 10’ x 10’ gardening/entertaining shed.

A window box mimics one found at this home’s driveway entry. Photo by Karli Moore


SHEDS

a-Palooza

Outbuildings

are so in

right now

BY KAREN BRADNER

All this current talk of shesheds

has catapulted backyard

structures—that used

to house the likes of lawnmowers—into

the limelight.

While it’s in vogue for these

buildings to be a woman’s

answer to a man cave, the

uses for these spaces are

just as varied as the sheds

themselves. We’ve collected

seven charmers that are

favorites among gardeners,

fitness buffs, grandparents

and tea lovers. ➻

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A diminutive,

vine-covered

structure

stores garden

supplies on

the grounds of

this Granville,

Ohio artists’

retreat.

Photo by Dale Clark

A gathering

space in Tampa

is anchored by a

shed which has a

stoop-like porch

the owners added

to complement

the landscaping

Photo by Johan Roetz

See more at

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Search:

Floridian escape

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The owner of this

Pittsburgh shed

says, “I thought

it would be a

nice spot for

afternoon tea.”

Photo by Craig Thompson

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Labor of love

An outbuilding tied to a midcentury modern ranch once

served as an artist studio, but is now a fitness center for the

homeowners. Photo by Daniel Feldkamp See more at housetrends.com.

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While building

a new home, owners

leveled the back yard

with a bulldozer to

rebuild a garden

oasis, which includes

this quaint shed.

Photo by Jim Crotty


A preexisting storage shed adds a rustic element to a

Cincinnati home’s landscape design. Photo by Robin Victor Goetz

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